Remote Control Kill : "Legal" Destruction of Personal property
Spectrum/Charter Internet Provider Negligence
The following will include Proof of statement. For a copy of complete full recorded conversations, email
Spectrum Representatives claimed that Arris told them to do it, and that I ought to pursue Arris for fault and damage to my hardware (do we even wonder if a murderer can get away with murder by stating someone else told them to do it? This is a ridiculous claim altogether)
When spectrum failed to make right their wrong I began to publish the issue.
Puco was contacted December 1, 2017 Case: KHEN113017OR
FCC was contact December 2, 2017 FCC Ticket No. 2077867
It's pretty clear that Spectrum is stating that Arris told them to "push" whatever it was (ie. update, firmware, eavesdropping hack, ip redirect manipulation, etc.) But it is clear that Spectrum are blaming Arris in these recordings, correct?
BUT THEN THE PLOT THICKENS WHEN I FIND OUT THAT I DON'T EVEN OWN AN ARRIS MODEM!
My Modem is a Motorola, and is pre-arris buyout as stated by arris themselves!
This action is actually MUCH MORE than just hacking a modem and destroying somebody else's property!
This website is developed in regards to the unprovoked blacklisting, hacking/tampering, and termination of personal property caused by Spectrum. Herein Spectrum is used interchangeably for all it's other names, including Spectrum, a.k.a Time Warner, a.k.a Charter Group, a.k.a. Road Runner, a.k.a. Bright House, and any other name that the monopoly may be using. Spectrum call for service activation, call log (855) 202-0960,Incoming, 11/20/2017 02:23 PM,00:00:26
Spectrum service was stopped on November 29, 2017
Spectrum BRICKED my personal property AND ADMITTED TO IT~! Recorded conversations (see below)
*See Call logs at bottom of this page
Spectrum on day one of service, added THEIR modem to 3 blacklists
thereby availing only tainted "service". In an effort to solve the
problem, the spectrum agent and myself tried my personal modem (a
Motorola modem), it worked fine for the few hours it was up until
Spectrum decided to "push firmware" into my modem (the wrong firmware)
thereby bricking (rendering my property completely broken and unusable).
The internet monopolies censored the bejesus out of the ability to
keep the recordings on mainstream sites. Alternative
are contained at the bottom of this page.
Despite that I have recorded all
the calls and already filed formal complaints, in came the bills and
then promptly came the calls from collections agencies (yes, plural!)
Spectrum's second excuse or statement is to be believed (that arris
told them to do it), Arris adamantly refute the Spectrum Claim
Arris states NO UPDATES AVAILABLE
Arris Statement vs Spectrum Claims
This Web-page is commenced on January 10, 2018 and is not yet
complete. Yet look what happened after I filed my complaints (seen
below, and now I get collections calls daily from more than one
collections agency even though I've received no service and no
product!). Timeline of "Service" with Spectrum (November 2017), then I
file with a slew of "consumer protection agencies" throughout November
/ December of the same year, and by January I'm receiving collections
notices when in fact Spectrum owes me!
But enough of this Spectrum blaming Arris farce because....
I DON'T EVEN OWN AN ARRIS MODEM in the first place!
The Spectrum admissions might serve some other modem owner, perhaps someone that
owns an Arris Modem!
My Motorola modem series was designed and
developed PRIOR TO ARRIS' buyout of the Motorola line modem and
contained at least a couple of features that the Arris modem does not
contain, those features are not to be mis-construed as "bugs", as the
Spectrum Agent made reference to. Those features are:
1.) The ability to reboot the modem
(this is a "bug" according to spectrum)
2.) The ability to flash the modem
back to factory condition (removing this feature traps the owner to
whims of the upstream, our embedded IP providers, aka our weakest
There were physical differences between the modems also.
Here is what the Arris modem looks like (click to enlarge): Arris ModemArris Modem
This is what my MOTOROLA modem looks like (click to expand):
photo shows both features eliminated by Spectrum Tampering
Spectrum acknowledge that they removed these features from my PERSONAL
property without my consent, then they profess that it was Arris
software that was involved, then they blame Arris for telling them to
Yet even if I HAD an Arris modem, I
am highly upset that these monopoly-types can feel so righteous in
hacking other property that they do not own. Can they manipulate an
entire community to suddenly need to replace modems and thereby
increase the sales for a friend at Best Buy (as an example)?
If they can do it to my modem (which
isn't running some fly-by-night software, it's BSD and LINUX that they
hacked through; that in itself is very disturbing to know now due to
another somewhat related past issue).
Rather than offering to remedy the situation, the arrogant monopoly
sends 5 different bills in less than 3 weeks (with 5 different amounts)
How do we get so many different priced bills all in the same month?
*profiteering for no service and no product
Below are the myriad of bills that the monopoly responded with (as
opposed to a humane apology letter).
Notice the prices are all over the
place, and that their expectations for profit are for NON-service (*The
same day that the monopoly's modem arrived in the mail is the same day
that I called to inquire how I was summarily added to three blacklists
instantaneously without cause or justification whatsoever and that I
would try my modem and see if that changes anything, otherwise I need
to cancel because your (spectrum) service would not be good for me (or
anyone summarily added to a
The blacklists affect most search engines from wanting
to count my server's websites. Being on a blacklist is damaging to
anyone, whether business or private (I started a website years ago when
spectrum was using a different alias, that being Time Warner. Adding
people to blacklists are apparently accomplished without the Nation's
Judiciary, monopoly is the intermediary, and by all counts, were at one
Keep in mind that I've thus far not received any of my end of our
The very same day the spectrum modem
arrived I am recorded as saying to the spectrum agent over the phone
that if we can't remedy the faulty blacklisting which they arbitrarily
added me to (3 blacklists), then I'll have to cancel their service,
there's nothing I can do with the state in which the internet was being
delivered to me.
There is actually another strangely similar incident that occurred
years prior to Time Warner having changed its name to Spectrum. The
account I started writing years ago is in it's virtually pristine
nature in which I left it, and recorded for anyone that wants to read
more into how blacklisting is an unprovoked attack and causes obvious
damage against the person or group in which it is directed against: http://www.springfield-ohio-post.com/ohiopostunderground/time-warner/
Again, Arris did not even make my modem, nor did they do what
Spectrum/Charter evolved to claiming, that Arris told them to do it.
Time Warner Cable/Charter Communications
13820 SUNRISE VALLEY DR ATTN: Olivia Hill, HERNDON, VA, 20171-4659,
(877)276-7432 (Daytime),(800)892-2253 (Daytime)
When one entity controls our only option for our
preferred means of communications, our nation is at risk
If they can take my system down
(which runs on BSD and Linux), then is it not conceivable that the
solitary entity can take down an entire community the same way?
What about our nuclear weapons? Or our
nuclear power plants? What operating systems do you think run those
critical areas of our nation's infrastructure? Hint: It's not Microsoft
or Macintosh. It's systems that have always been Previously PROVEN to
be safer and more secure.
Now we have "our" internet providers
exploiting that last bastion.
Nationalize the monopolies, let's use our military for something good
for a change! http://usdebtclock.org
Private ownership is only good when there's more than one or two
"private" owners at the monopoly board.
Miscellaneous other recordings:
And if the aforementioned
account wasn't enough, CHECK OUT THE LATEST
DESPERATE MOMENT (when choices are reduced to the illusion of two,
ATT or Spectrum, and both are monopolies of which my websites
informing the public of, it becomes VERY difficult to keep a website up
and not sandboxed by the power that be). Imagine it like this, my
primary website (not this one) speaks out against monopoly control
there's no means of getting the word out to my fellow American's
because the door I must pass through to host my site is owned by the
No updates or firmware is evident. Covert operations appear to be
in place using our internet providers as the intermediary for many of
the decision-making that affect the lives of the consumers (whether it
be by their integral function of playing the most important role of the
illegal "blacklists" or the tampering with devices and equipment in
which they are not the lawful owner to do so; all accomplished remotely
and not in clear obvious view).
******Compatible with major U.S. Cable Providers!!!
My Product number is 581901-016-00
The Model number is sb6141
*The problem is, nowhere on my modem does it include the words,
"arris". Only are there several instances in which indicate
"Motorola" and no other name is given on the unit aside from
"motorola". (ie. The software inside the unit stated "Motorola" as did
the label on the outside of the bought-new unit)
**It appears that the monopoly that has volunteered to make up my
decision in what manner I ought to enjoy my own personal property, may
have bricked the unit with the incorrect firmware (that being for an
Arris version of my modem).
Arris state after checking my model number and product number that the
modem is not even theirs.
Whereas the Arris version of the Motorola unit is indicated by a p/n of
581902-022-00 my model number is indicated by p/n 581901-016-00 (not
globally conclusive yet)
In addition to the appearance of my modem, which hasn't a hint of the
arris logo or any words to indicate arris was ever a part of this
modem, we also find that there was a difference between the black and
white versions of the modem. Each had different compositions as
stated by the Englander in the following screenshot has specified
(paste screenshot here).
Rather than possess the courtesy to announce the unauthorized
manipulation of my personal property, the powers-that-be have found it
more profitable to merely recant their former recorded testimonies that
they, as the internet provider and their stated "engineering
department", had made the decision for me (on the hush) and have
ushered in a non-applicable "update" into my non-applicable property
thereby rendering it "bricked" (broken without the ability to use or
Here's the fingerprint of our trusted internet provider (as opposed to
random hardware updater with the ordained responsibility to break into
hardware and remotely affect it's use to the point of permanent
termination). (paste "tampering2.png" here; Also paste time
stamped "Screenshot at 2017-12-01-29-40.png" here)
Before the forced amputation of my personal property there was not any
hint of the word "arris" in the software or dashboard. Following
the breaking in and vandalizing my personal property were found the
arris logo at the bottom of the software page within the dashboard
(paste in "notice the new "arris" logo at the bottom.png" and
(paste in "Screenshot at 2017-12-09 06-07-17.png)
It appears that the reason one sb6141 may not be like the next, is that
the monopoly board dwindled down to one less player in the corporate
buyout world. There appears to be some modems which have
the “Arris” and some with the “Motorola” because the Motorola division
that manufactures these modems has been gobbled up by the Arris Group,
a manufacturer of high-speed data (not modems), video and telephony
systems (not modems). From my understanding, this buyout happened in
mid-assembly line production of these modems.
In a segment of the topic of the sb6141 modem, are the ominous
"The DOCSIS 3.0 standard enables cable Internet providers to exploit
extra capacity through channel-bonding technology."
One must muse after the damage caused by the internet provider, whether
the techonological parameters are still in their experimental stage,
and my modem just so happened to be found in one of the internet
Accountability. After contacting dozens of "attorneys" and consumer
advocate groups, there is no accountability. No Checks and
balances. No Law that offers the consumer justice because the law
is owned by the monopoly interests in 2018. Immunity of Justice
and the neo-monopoly on all socio-politico-econo matters has many
wondering of any semblance of a Democracy and real "free"-"trade".
Here are features that you can enjoy from the Motorola SB6141:
> The modem is compatible with Comcast/Xfinity, Cox, Charter,
Time Warner, Mediacom and Bright House, and more.
> The modem works with Windows, Macintosh, and UNIX computers
> The modem is BOTH IPv4 and IPv6 supported
The "update" that the internet provider arbitrarily injected into my
modem removed the ability to maintain IPv4 leaving only IPv6 capability
and disallowed any secure connection (SSL Certificates would fail, was
the predominant result).
Here is the not-all-inclusive call logs that show when I first inquired about service, and the prompt Monopoly having handed their multiple bills for less than a day's worth of service, yet off to collections it went in less than 2 months. The Internet Mafia show kids hacking and going to jail, yet do a world worse themselves.