|markbunch: You may want to try writing a letter to the guy's CO (commanding officer). Most of the time the Navy takes these matters pretty seriously. I'm surprised that the guy would take the chance to screw people if he works on nukes (like he claimed on the mp3car site). Something like mail fraud could kill his security clearance and destroy his career. |
If you decide to go this route, make the letter courteous and stick to the facts. I'd be surprised if you don't get some sort of resolution. Personally, I would find out all the pertinent information (CO's name, CO's address, etc.) and let the guy know what I was going to do. That should be enough to convince him to do the right thing. HTH.
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