How many others are nullrouting BT?

Jo Rhett jrhett at
Sat May 12 15:54:35 UTC 2007

bill hulley wrote:
>> They have refused all of the evidence we have offered to date.  They
>> refer us to the UK law enforcement.  We ask for contact information
>> for their local office, and they responded with the (fictional)
>> address of Scotland Yard from the popular tv show.  That's sarcasm,
>> not helpfulness.  It's reckless, inconsiderate behavior.

On 11/05/07, Jo Rhett <jrhett at> wrote:
> It would be reckless and inconsiderate if it wasn't the correct course
> of action.

The correct course of action is to refuse to provide legal contact 
information, refuse to cooperate with law enforcement inquiries into the 
matter, refuse to investigate the situation, refuse to gather logs and 
other information to be used by law enforcement?

On what planet is that the proper course of action?

FYI: latest news is that they are giving the local (UK) police force a 
run around as well.

> You probably want to be in touch with the Economic and Specialist Crime 
> unit:
> (two minutes using google and the met police web site)

Who investigate only crimes committed against UK citizens.  Please 
confirm your data before you suggest that someone isn't following through.

Jo Rhett
senior geek
Silicon Valley Colocation

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