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Re: $50,000 reward for Verizon cable cutter
- From: Joshua Brady
- Date: Fri Jan 14 22:33:38 2005
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Your not giving customers enough credit, your a customer yourself
arn't you? Do you know how to cut those cables? Would anyone else on
the list who isn't a disgruntled verizon employee?
On Fri, 14 Jan 2005 22:26:04 -0500, Hannigan, Martin
> Disgruntled customers don't know how to cut X hundred pair cables.
> Martin Hannigan
> Verisign, Inc.
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> Subject: Re: $50,000 reward for Verizon cable cutter
> Sean Donelan wrote:
> >Verizon is offering a $50,000 reward for information about several
> >acts of cut cables in the last couple of months. At least three lines
> >were cut in the last week.
> With a power saw? Goodness, that sounds noisy in the middle of the
> night. I'd have thought a low tech ax would do the job. :-)
> Probably a disgruntled customer, with cable bundles that repair says
> were supposed to be replaced 12 years ago, but engineering says isn't
> in the budget (like my SBC/Ameritech neighborhood in Ann Arbor).
> Sigh, not enough criminal instinct here.
> William Allen Simpson
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