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originally posted by: SonOfThor
a reply to: Zaphod58
DOJ Law Enforcement News Conference - New Mexico
So I take it whatever happened isn't related to whatever news conference is coming up soon?
Only asking because someone from the Office of Air Force Special Investigations will be at this "law enforcement press conference"...
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: dashen
The real deal is that I'm not going to say much beyond what I have. I'm not going to burn the people that told me what was going on.
originally posted by: BigDave-AR
Covering a house in ar500 RHA plates isn’t a cheap prospect also you have to maintain conducticivity across all the plates and seal seems with metalicized conductive tape.
originally posted by: Dumbdowned
This is a snipped texts straight out of yahoo,
During a search through a child protection database in July, federal agents reportedly identified child porn that was downloaded to IP addresses on the observatory’s wireless network. An affidavit from the FBI said the facility’s chief observer discovered a laptop that appeared to contain pornography. The time frames for the downloads were found to match times when the janitor was on the premises, the affidavit said.
Ok good, FBI's working on it real close and personal. Wifi makes it a little more difficult to track down the offender yet they narrowed it down to this janitor's laptop.
The FBI continued its investigation during the closure, and executed the search warrant at the janitor’s home on Friday. The items seized there included three cell phones, five laptop computers, an iPad tablet, two hard drives, 16 thumb drives, eight compact flash disks and four SD cards, according to the FBI’s filed receipt.
Holy macaroni, they got him! He's got all those pornography data in his hard drives.
The janitor is named in the warrant, but his name is not being published because he has not been charged. Update for 10:20 a.m. PT Sept. 20: In response to inquiries, AURA spokeswoman Shari Lifson said in an email that “we cannot on an ongoing law enforcement investigation.”
It's still an ongoing investigation. Those files must be encrypted or something. It's surely taking a real long time.
Find anything strange here?