Would the FBI agent be so annoyed that he’d wait until Monday?
Once again, Neal goes on a public message board to ask for “Help”, and not pursuing the matter through the proper authorities….If the FBI knew, why wouldn’t their star witnesses’ word be enough for them to act?
He “has concerns for this person’s safety”? But publicly airs his concerns? Inviting more people, if indeed he truly is concerned, to follow his information?
The response to Neal:
From: Bob Snyder
Date: Sun, 23 Oct 2011 03:18:21 -0400
On Sat, Oct 22, 2011 at 12:56 AM, N Rauhauser gmail com> wrote:
I do some protective service work, one client is the head of a Washington D.C. NGO that faced a credible death threat last month. Tonight I received information that the source of this threat traced one of the NGO's volunteers to her home address via Comcast IP, and the location is a relatively short drive away from a man who was arrested last month for criminal harassment almost five hundred miles from his home. I have some genuine concerns for the physical safety of this Comcast customer, and I'd like to talk to someone immediately. We've got an annoyed FBI agent who will confirm the back story on this Monday, but the subjects know they're under some sort of investigation and I'm afraid of what might happen if further info leaks over the weekend.
Then your FBI agent should probably go through the channels (http://security.comcast.net/get-help/contact-comcast-security.aspx) they have to speak to Comcast, especially if it involves a threat to life and safety. Asking on NANOG for a Comcast contact to give you customer information (which is what it seems like you're asking for) probably isn't going to help and makes it look more like you're trying to social engineer some information than trying to help someone. Bob