I saw the video with the kids looking for the JTF P.O. box in Florida. Apparently having done little to no research they attempted to debunk what is fact, the physical P.O.'s existance. You don't need to see it to believe it, it's been there for years and still currently is, send a letter if you want, proof would be the letter would not be returned with a stamp stating the box does not exist (which it does). The reason the kids didn't find it, and I did address it on their youtube page (when the video was new), is they looked in the wrong place, they went to U.S. Postal Offices, what they didn't realise is the P.O. Box is not in a U.S. Post Office, it's in a non-post office, it's in a business, one of those mailboxes etc type stores (I know this because this is mentioned in the Documentary with Investigator Mike Lynch), I don't know the exact name of the store because I've never been to Florida, and I don't need to fly to Florida to prove the existance of a box, a box which existance was never under dispute, it was only under dispute in the minds of those kids that made that video and it made me laugh. The fact that Oliver mentions this is proof that he is a tabloid journalist, lacking any extensive research, and only hyping the story for one solitary goal, money.
And I am aware the addresses dot com URL that I found and released has been updated,
and no longer has the outdated record proving the connection between the JTF P.O. Box, a John R. Haber and John Titor. This was predictable and was predicted in the same video in which the URL was disclosed, but with eye witnesses in the hundreds, a print out, screen shot and video, the evidence remains.
- John Razimus