p2pnet news view P2P | RIAA News:- They’re not music labels. They’re organised crime gangs fronted in the US by the RIAA in the shape of Capo di Tutti, former politico Mitch Bainwol, Sgarrista Cara Duckworth, ex-MPAA spinster and ex-general factotum to “various GOP congressmen,” as Variety put it, and Bastone, lawyer-gone-bad Cary Sherman.
Their job is to make the thugs who pay them appear to be reasonable people with reasonable goals, and to dress up the vicious Big 4 attacks on innocent, and very ordinary, men women and children across America, as legitimate actions.
The trio reminds one of lawyers on the steps of court houses addressing the press with claims that the Mafia gang leaders they represent are wrongly accused upright citizens, instead of hard-core criminals who laugh at ordinary decency.
With the help of the RIAA, the labels re-write law to suit themselves and their cronies. They attack innocent people wholesale. They lie with apparent impunity. They corrupt giovernment officials and politicians.
In short, on behalf of their controllers, they do anything and everything to make a mockery of the justice system.
RIAA punishes Brittany for resisting, said the header to a p2pnet story yesterday.
It explains how RIAA hired hit-men have increased their extortion demands on Brittany Kruger, an innocent Michigan student.
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Rico act Says: Extortion. Plain and simple.
C David Dent Says: I wonder how long it will be before these thugs bully one or more of these teens to commit suicide. Would they then be charged with murder? These sorts of strong-arm tactics over what are really small-time offenses is really unconscionable.
Nick Says: This should be considered domestic terrorism.
Reader’s Write Says: domestic terrorism – That is exactly what it is. And the bastards are getting away with it. What a fucking country. And are saying like this young woman are the criminals. It makes me sick to my stomach.
Scaramouche Says: They are organized crime. Plain & simple. Organized crime supported by the government.
Will Barack Obama finally honour his pledge to look after the people who elected him? Or will his administration continue to allow these corporate criminals to get away with blatant extortion?
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