Now create a Patti Santangelo Fight Goliath donations button for your own website! Enter your url and click.
Patti is the New York working mother with five children who’s decided she’s not caving in to Sony BMG, Vivendi Universal, Warner Music or EMI, the multi-billion-dollar members of the Organized Music cartel which has been trying to extort ‘settlement’ money from her, and more than 17,000 others like her, including school kids.
She is NOT willing to be blackmailed for something she didn’t do and when she presents her case to a jury on an as-yet to be determined date, she’ll be the first to meet these hard-core, multi-billion-dollar bullies with their teams of PR hacks, their bought-and-paid for politicians, their unimaginably vast financial and legal resources, face-to-face.
And she’s doing it alone, without expert help or legal representation.
The urls are http://www.fightgoliath.com and http://www.fightgoliath.org.
If you’re into making it clear to the Big Four Organized Music crime family – Sony BMG, Vivendi Universal, Warner Music or EMI – that you’re in charge, not them, grab the script and host it on your own site. It’ll help Patti take on the SOBs on and ultimately, it’ll help everyone around the world.
If you’re on a college radio or tv show, do a story. If you work on a town newspaper. Do a story. If you have a blog or a site, do a story. Post the news on your favourite forums. If you don’t have a site, Chat. Use IM. Tell your friends. Tell everyone.
YOU have the power. Not them.
We’ll be adding links to articles from p2pnet and other sites on the Sony BMG, Vivendi Universal, Warner Music and EMI sue ‘em all farce, and to relevant documents not just on Patti, but on all the victims we can find, together with data on the Big Four and their various **AA ‘trade’ organizations.
If you’re a victim, please let us know, anonymously or otherwise. We’ll respect your confidence. We want to carry the stories of the way in which Organized Music is persecuting its own customers.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This page is now a work in progress and Jason has set up a central tracking page here so you can see the donations from the various sites. As we write this, it’s at $2483.97 from 165 donors.
So stay tuned.
Cheers! And all the best …