They likely sent a letter, but if it’s a registered letter...some guy in the post department would have signed, and then looked at the addressing if confusing to figure out who should get it.
My humble guess is that he noted some secretary up in the legal area....she’s in retirement mode, and it just got filed, rather than read by any lawyer. Stuff like this happens all the time in big organizations, with confused department headings.
That’s why important document are sent certified mail returned receipt requested. Unless they have a signature from a FOX emplyee of substance there is no proof in a court of law that it was ever sent
No documentation. No proof
Rosens emails were seized, with a judges approval, as part of the prosecution of Kim. In addition to a delay unsealing the documents for warrants, there was also a delay unsealing chief judge of the U.S. District Court in Washington Royce Lamberths 2010 order that the government wasnt required to notify Rosen that his emails had been the subject of a warrant. Although that order was posted on the courts website, it was not available on the public docket until now.
Lamberth apologized for these delays Wednesday this week saying a series of administrative errors by the courts staff caused them.
The documents reveal that two judges had said the Justice Department was required to notify Rosen of the warrants, the New Yorker reported. But U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Machen, Jr., requested in 2010 that the court exercise its power to keep sealed the warrants and related documents in this case as there exists an extraordinary situation and compelling government interest, which justify such a sealing.
Machen also requested the court order Google not to notify Rosen of the warrant either.
Lambert overturned the two judges who declared the Rosen was to be notified of the warrants, granting Machens request that the documents remain sealed.
Congress NEEDS to call in Machen and under oath.