p2pnet news | RIAA News:- Having made Marie Lindor’s life utterly miserable by falsely accusing her of illegally distributing copyrighted music, the RIAA now wants a voluntary dismissal without prejudice, says her lawyer, Ray Beckerman.
“When several years ago Marie Lindor (right) found the RIAA camped on her metaphorical doorstep, blood in its eye, she could have had no idea what was to come,” said p2pnet in March, continuing >>>
A home health aide from Brooklyn, New York, she quite literally barely knew how to even switch a computer on.
She didn`t know what the RIAA meant, either. But that changed, and quickly, because there were Warner Music, EMI, Vivendi Universal and Sony BMG and their RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America), publicly accusing her of being a massive online distributor of copyrighted music.
The motion RIAA motion also demands discovery sanctions against her, discovery sanctions against Beckerman, and a stay of all proceedings, he posts on Recording Industry vs The People.
“It never ceases to amaze me the things these people will attempt to say to a judge with a straight face,” he says, going on:
“This has got to be the most ludicrous thing I have ever seen from these attorneys, and I have seen many, many ludicrous things from these attorneys on a daily basis”.
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