He said he was stunned by the FBI’s reaction to his father when first offered the laptop contents in September 2019.”He had the copy of the drive as well as the copy of the signed authorization,” Isaac said of his father.
“So that if there was a legal question on how this was obtained, here’s a document that proves it. And the FBI agent that he spoke to refused to give his name and then said you better lawyer up and get out of my office.
“Isaac said a month or so later, an FBI agent from Delaware who specialized in child exploitation crimes approached him, eventually seizing the laptop with a grand jury subpoena. But even then, Isaac said, the FBI seemed disinterested in the laptop contents.”They really didn’t show an interest in any of the money,” he said.
“They were more interested in why I was afraid, and not necessarily what was on the on the drive.”