Sarah Aswell identified the duclod man, but what was her proof? She e-mailed him and he responded, but how does that prove the name, address, and phone are real?
No one should assume it is his real information. It is obvious this is a very smart individual and he is fully capable of using some innocent person's information as a means to further obscure his own identity.
1752 Lincoln Ave
Evansville, IN 47714
Now if you e-mail that address, I surely could respond to it, but does that make the entire above information my own? No, it only makes the e-mail address my own. That is not my name, that is not my residential address, and that is not my phone number. Think about it, the duclod man could have used your information on his site, then everyone would think you were the wacko. I'm a bit surprised that after such a lengthy investigation Sarah could have made such an easy mistake, but then again much of the digg community didn't care to have real proof.
Now I'm off to shave cats and crayons.