Mr. Pickering was targeted by a longtime surveillance system called mail covers, a forerunner of a vastly more expansive effort, the Mail Isolation Control and Tracking program, in which Postal Service computers photograph the exterior of every piece of paper mail that is processed in the United States — about 160 billion pieces last year. It is not known how long the government saves the images.
They may have pix, but how can they collate them?
Perhaps. Yet they can't find the package I sent last month to Kansas.
you aren't the guy selling previously worn undergarments, are you?
Just tell me what you bought and pm your address.