p2pnet.net News:- “To those who might think that I might be exaggerating when I describe the RIAA’s litigation campaign as a ‘reign of terror‘, how’s this one,” says Recording Industry vs The People‘s Ray Beckerman in a p2pnet comment post.
Marie Lindor is a computer illiterate Brooklyn mother the Big Four Organized Music cartel’s RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) initially claimed illegally distributed copyrighted music online.
They couldn’t make it stick – not that they’d genuinely thought it ever would fly – so they turned on her son, Woody Raymond, who doesn’t even live in the same house as her.
The idea was to get into his computer. But apparently, that wasn’t enough.
The RIAA also had their lawyer telephone the son’s employer, says Beckerman, adding:
“You can’t make this stuff up.”
Indeed, you can’t.
couldn’t make it stick – RIAA attacks Marie Lindor’s son, November 22, 2006