p2pnet news | RIAA News:- Jammie Thomas, the Minnesota mother who was the first of the RIAA’s victims to actually appear in court, has now filed her reply papers in further support of her motion to set aside the verdict, and in response to the RIAA’s opposition papers, says Recording Industry vs The People.
In her own story, “I never dreamt my case would actually make it to court,” she said.
“I figured the RIAA had run from every case that was even close to going before a jury and they would do the same thing with my case. Yeah, I was wrong. My attorney kept warning me all along I might be the first case to ever go to court, but I was naÃ¯ve and didn’t want to see the bigger picture. A cold splash of reality wakes anyone up and the judgment against me was that splash I seemed to need.
“I also never dreamt how large of a story my case would become. Before I went to court, no one except those close to me knew of this situation I was dealing with. Now, I can Google my name and read articles about me. A very odd and surreal feeling for me as I never wanted this much notoriety, ever. Unfortunately, a lot of the articles I’ve read are full of half-truths, conjectures, and right out lies.
“I can understand media outlets having a deadline to meet, but I cannot understand media outlets filling the holes in their stories with incorrect information.”
Recently, Warner Music, EMI, Vivendi Universal and Sony BMG’wents RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) answer to Thomas’ request for a new trial, Stop complaining, said the corporate music hit unit.
Meanwhile, Jammie Thomas now has her own online forum. Click here to visit it.
Recording Industry vs The People – Jammie Thomas Files Reply Papers in Further Support of her Motion to Set Aside Verdict, November 28, 2007
own story – Jammie Thomas: her story in her own words, November 2, 2007
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