Was My Sony HDR-AS30V HD POV Action Black Camcorder Rerouted Because of North Korea?

What a strange series of events. If you look at the FedEx Tracking:

Activity Location
12/19/2014 – Friday
9:55 am Arrived at FedEx location PORTLAND, OR
9:50 am Returning package to shipper PORTLAND, OR
Shipper requested shipment to be returned – Unable to deliver shipment – Returning to shipper
6:00 am At local FedEx facility PORTLAND, OR
3:42 am Departed FedEx location TROUTDALE, OR
12/18/2014 – Thursday
4:36 pm Arrived at FedEx location TROUTDALE, OR
12/13/2014 – Saturday
3:00 am Arrived at FedEx location KEASBEY, NJ
12/12/2014 – Friday
12:58 pm Shipment information sent to FedEx
12:00 am Picked up KEASBEY, NJ


The camera was turned around when it got to about an hour away from me in Portland. Also, The FBI made their big announcement that Sony was indeed hacked by North Korea. Is Sony trying to recall all of their merchandise as much as possible to recoup potential losses by the hackers? I contacted Overstock where I ordered the Sony camera from and they wouldn’t say they reason why they recalled the action camera. I had to accept the refund, because no more Sony cameras are available to purchase anymore, which also seems strange: webpage here The page is only visible through my email link.

bandicam 2014-12-19 14-55-33-492

bandicam 2014-12-19 14-54-50-894

I even tried to talk to FedEx about meeting them somewhere to pick up the camera, but they said that I have to take it up with Overstock. But overstock will not explain why the camera won’t get delivered. It’s very mysterious. Is there software in the camera that North Korean hackers can manipulate now?

Also, I paid $202 for the camera and you see the price is $331 for Dec19, even though it’s out of stock.


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