This could be an example of some seriously federal law enforcement over-reaction and abuse of powers... There are only two local news outlets that have any coverage at all, and it's all got that sensational feel that makes details seem questionable.
This is where the gag order makes things incredibly convenient for the authorities. No one with any real detail is talking because of the gag order, so people are being forced to guess. Without verifiable details, news agencies are rather hesitant to move on things. Perhaps they're being slow to realize the "Teabagging parties" mean it's probably okay to say things about the government again.
Me, I'm thinking two months is more than enough time to rummage through a 16-year-old kid's hard drive.
RE: US teen, 16, held under patriot act