[LINK] Fwd: RIAA loses in file sharing case
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Sat Jul 15 11:48:29 AEST 2006
At 09:49 AM 15/07/2006, Roger Clarke wrote:
>>RIAA loses in file sharing case
>>7/13/2006 3:10:41 PM, by Eric Bangeman
>>Mothers. You've got to love them. They give birth to us, feed us, clothe
>>us, teach us to chew with our mouths closed, and go to bat for us against
>>the RIAA. Sometimes they win (PDF).
>>An Oklahoma mother, Debbie Foster, was accused by the RIAA of copyright
>>infringement back in November 2004, and her daughter Amanda was added to the
And the audience takes to an earth shaking standing ovation.
>>This is hardly the first setback for the RIAA, which has previously sued
>>grandmothers, both living and dead.
I Robert M Sheriff of the Country of Nu Yark, Sheriff's officer do solemnly
and sincerely swear upon his Lord the Good Gods Bible that on the 32nd day
of Maytember 2004 I did go to the property of Grandma Kettle and found her
laying there. I asked to be shown Identity and before me was shown an
english inscription showing the Defendants name, date of birth and age.
I said to the Defendant, "I am here to serve you with a Summons to appear
before the Courts in answer to the RIAA (Rejected Industry of Antagonistic
Associations) allegations that you downloaded copyright material."
There was no reply form the Defendant and I so placed at the foot of the
english inscription, the Summons, Affidavit and Court Appearance notice.
I then left the Estate known as "Forever in Restful Peace" where a sign on
my outgoing path said "May they all rest at least six foot downloaded."
Signed sworn and sealed ....
My goodness, sounds like something from a movie script, but then Reality is
always stranger than fiction.
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