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Brian Pedaci
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Postby Brian Pedaci » Mon Aug 27, 2007 7:47 pm

That wasn't quite the story the way it appeared in the Plain Dealer.

It was even more embarrassing.

PD Article
Near Euclid Avenue and East 65th Street, someone apparently used a chain saw Sunday afternoon to cut through a high-capacity Internet trunk line, part of the backbone of the Internet. Although the thieves may have been seeking copper, there is no copper in fiber-optic cable.

When workers went to fix the underground cables, they found that the coil of replacement cable they brought from a warehouse had been damaged by a gunshot, making it unusable.



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