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Message 00694: Re: fbi


i think the relevant question is: "am I under investigation? do I need an attorney?"

I'm wondering if your attorney should ask them that question. if you are *not* under investigation, I think helping them understand what happened is fine. but, I'd want to know more about that.

your attorney still on tap? would he/she (or somebody from Harvard) be able to have that conversation with the agent?


On Apr 14, 2009, at 12:52 PM, Aaron Swartz wrote:

"I'm sure you can guess what this is about. PACER. We're interested in
sitting down and talking to you about it, more so to just find out
exactly what happened, so we can help the US Courts get their system
back up. As you know, it's still down.  ... If you'd be willing to
just sit down with us and talk in the next couple weeks. If it was
something bigger than that we wouldn't have called you to ask. We can
come to wherever you're at. We can meet you at a Starbucks or a
restaurant; it doesn't need to be at your house."

Thoughts on next move?