p2pnet.net News:- Before ex-Vietnam helicopter pilot Larry Scantlebury died this June, he was being harassed by the Big Four Organized Music family, he says in a court document.
Warner Bros Records, et al, were, “telephoning him at his home, masquerading as ‘settlement counselors’, adopting as actual aspects of the law never litigated or resolved by an Appellate Court and expressing those non resolved factors as established guidelines,” says Recording Industry vs The People.
Acting for Warner Music, EMI, Vivendi Universal and Sony BMG, was lawyer Matthew Krichbaum, accused of trying to get a 15 year old witness in another case, in which Sharman Networks’ Kazaaa was again implicated, to, “provide false and inaccurate testimony“.
Meanwhile, Scantlebury’s children have been told by the Big Four’s RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) that they have 60 days to mourn their father before Big Music lawyers will pick up the case again, questioning them on unproven copyright infringement claims.
Recording Industry vs The People – RIAA Wants to Depose Dead Defendant’s Children; But Will Allow them 60 Days to “Grieve”, August 13, 2006
false and inaccurate testimony – RIAA victims sue RIAA, December 30, 2005
unproven – RIAA attacks Vietnam vet, August 13, 2006