Janis Sharp, whose son is fighting extradition to the United States on charges of hacking, supports the reform to protect British citizens
The mother of alleged computer hacker Gary McKinnon has called on members to support a motion by the rules of extradition backbenchers calling the United Kingdom and the United States of be "urgently renegotiated."Janis
strong, wrote an open letter printed in the Daily Mail that MPs prepared to examine whether the treaty allows the government to speed up the suspects in the United States needs reform to "strengthen the protection of citizens the UK. "
Sharp, whose son has Asperger's Syndrome, was for six years the fight against extradition to the United States alleged charges of piracy. He says no one should "never be subjected to a decade of mental torture that my son Gary has done."
"We count on you - was not disappointed." He wrote
the vote is scheduled on Monday, broad support for the reform of the Treaty -. Which is widely regarded as giving citizens the protection of the United States far more important than the British people
U. S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, told MPs last week the extradition treaty between the two countries have worked well.
Louis Susman, told the Commons Foreign Affairs Committee that it was "fair and balanced" and "promoting the interests of justice" in both countries.
However, many in the United Kingdom maintain that existing laws governing extradition are not balanced with the need for reform. The motion asks that the treaty should be revised for the government to refuse extradition requests if the prosecutors in the United Kingdom have decided not to prosecute in the country.
The movement of the backbench has the support of political parties and also requires changes in the European arrest warrant amid fears it is increasingly used to attack British citizens in other European countries."The U.S. abuse of the treaty simply because they can, because our security measures were, surprisingly, without it."