A message posted on the Console Tech forums includes scans of what appear to be a federal agent’s search warrant application as well as an inventory of items seized in Wednesday’s sweep, which targeted game piracy suspects in 16 U.S. states. The inventory list includes:
6 Xboxes, an Xbox 360, an (unspecified) Nintendo console, 38 Nintendo games, a computer, a mod chip, various circuit boards, hard rives, discs, manuals, etc.
It would seem that the unnamed resident of the Idaho Falls home must have provided the scanned documents after receiving a copy from the agents who conducted the search. Not shown is the probable cause affidavit, which would have explained the government’s basis for the search. That document apparenly remains sealed by a federal court.
I have spent most of the day, on and off of the phone with him. He has the worst luck ever.
Also, they took
2 xbox 360's belonging to ATOMIC and MAYHEM.
1 double shot controller MINE
1 xbox case, that belonged to xxxLUCKYxxx
this is not a joke or a scam. As they examin the things, and deem them not to contain mod chips (my controller doesn't count) they will be given back to him, and he will ship them asap
also, i will be closing down xboxcustomz.com until LGC can get back"