I was confused about that too. But looking again at Vanezis' posts on the topic
, I don't think he was certain that anything was there in 1999, just that it was there in the 1980s (because it was shown illegally after the network's contract expired) and that it isn't there now. The assumption
is that it was still there when the storage facility was destroyed in the civil war, presumably because the network isn't likely to have finally complied with the requirement to return or destroy prints after ignoring it into the 80s. The remaining question is what verifies the out-of-contract broadcast in the 80s, but I'm sure there's reasonably conclusive evidence for it.