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I suspect the reason they were found was because the concealment was not up to par... Properly concealed these guys could have missed it.

The feds use class II devices.
Depending on the ingenuity of the concealment, many class
II devices will not be located by these "expert" firms.

Even their signal fingerprint is more discreet and hard to
detect.

Class II devices are restricted to government usage. As a rule of thumb private firms are not suppose to aknowledge finding these types of devices. Unless of course they are found visually during an inspection.
32 posted on 10/08/2003 2:54:43 PM PDT by blackbag (Don't worry about your backdoor, your front door is wide open.)
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Interesting but the bottom line is they were not meant to be found. Street's people found them and annonced it. Now they are actually saying the timing of finding these things is suspicious?? Duh. My understanding of US Attorney practice is they will deliberately WAIT with an indictment until after an election so they do not influence the election. Whether that's right or wrong, I believe that's their policy.
34 posted on 10/08/2003 3:01:55 PM PDT by Williams
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Class II devices are restricted to government usage. As a rule of thumb private firms are not suppose to aknowledge finding these types of devices. Unless of course they are found visually during an inspection.

Street's office is swept by the Philly Police Dept's Internal Affairs Dept. As such, they know about Class II devices, and are not bound by rules that affect private firms

78 posted on 10/09/2003 3:05:15 PM PDT by SauronOfMordor (Java/C++/Unix/Web Developer === (Finally employed again! Whoopie))
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