Bitcoin.com has recently published an article about the DOJ seizure of Silk Road-related funds. The article states:
From 1HQ3, 101 BTC were sent to BTC-e, the defunct Russian exchange. About 69,370 BTC remained in 1HQ3 and were subsequently seized by the government. The address also contains approximately 69,370 BCH, BTG, and BSV prior to the government’s seizure.
What does this "the address also contains" really mean?
This sounds like the address contains
69,370 BTC + 69,370 BCH + 69,370 BTG + 69,370 BSV, and I don't think that is what they've meant. Do they only mean that the transactions are committed before BCH, BTG, and BSV forks happened?