This is all very interesting and while I certainly wouldn't protest some good ol' fashion detective work or the occasional debate on someones identity, I feel it may be inappropriate do pursure Satoshi's. It is of my opinion that we have, at the least, a civic duty to ensure that Satoshi's real identity should remain anonymous if that is what he so chooses. We could probably debate that viewpoint until our brains fall out. But it just seems to me, in light of the potential problems one could face with being the 'creator' of such an endeavour, that our continued research into his identity is impulsive at best. And potentially dangerous to him at worst.
Too late for that. I already forwarded a full dossier on Hettinga including his address in Antigua to the Secret Enforcement Office (SEG) at the FED. I expect to be receiving sizable rewards from the Bilderburg Group and Trilateral Commission any day now.
What a well thought out and mature response.
Just to make sure any potential conspiracy implications did not distract you from the part that really matters I have bolded and underlined it in my orginal quote. If you don't give a crap after that, that's your business. But to dismiss it because the Gov don't care or 'they could find him anyhows' is irresponsible in my humblest of opinions.