And if the messaging is old-school... lacking currency... bear in mind that this is probably pretty old; shot 4:3, standard def, which really hasn't been common practice, even down in the public safety video genre, for many years. And once an agency has contracted, produced and paid for their recruiters' magnum opus, they won't end-of-life the video until they're forced to (poor choice of words?) Case in point: ever sit through your local "Welcome to Jury Duty" film, complete with bouffant hairdos?
And while American-born Muslims liberally populate the no-fly list, Escobar's brother... his admitted accountant and adviser... can fly between Colombia, Puerto Rico and California at will (according to the letterhead). How 'bout dat.
It's good that the Camden County Prosecutor is able to drum up some work in this way; it's not like having responsibility for "America's Most Dangerous City" would keep you busy with, you know, adult crime.
Wow... just Googled Cobbler Nevada... what a tale that tells! Apart from defendants asking for help, and one service that actually repairs shoes, it's most interesting to see that law firms can hang out their shingles as specialists in Cobbler defense.
So these ragtag "combatants" were all big encryption users? Hmm? Or are you just worried that someone, somewhere might use encrypted communications someday, even though there's not much evidence of that.
Sounds like the new one-size-fits-all excuse from the Bureau has become "because encryption."
You know how law enforcement includes an exploding dye marker in ransom payments? That's intended to show that the person trying to spend the stained cash is actually a criminal, and that there's only one way they could have obtained the loot. And it clearly, unequivocally, indicates guilt.
When the Senate Majority Leader can repeat only one claim or charge about a technology he wants to disparage, and that untrue claim is so bizarrely unique to a lobbyist organization, it's like the dye marker -- it's a clear indication that there's only one place it could have originated. And for corrupt politicians in the pocket of lobbyists and their clients, it clearly, unequivocally, indicates guilt.
Add to the "informal nickname" idea the simple fact that this is wordplay... and is based on the beverage name. "Oh, I get it... the team color is orange, and they crush people, and that sounds just like the famous soda." Since the team has already informally (and without risk of confusion) purloined the name, shouldn't they just be happy and walk away?
"... had learned from his revelations with heavens knows what consequences..."
In addition to denying reality, Hanningan's not so hot with the idioms, either, pluralizing "heaven". Unless GCHQ's extensive surveillance extends into the otherworldly, and they've documented a plurality of heavens.