[news=http://p2pnet.net/story_images/8546.jpg]p2p news / p2pnet: RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) chieftain Mitch Bainwol today hand-delivered a p2p file sharing subpoena to US president George W. Bush, say sources.
George W. has been video-taped openly admitting he plays music by The Beatles on the BushPod.
The Big Four Organized Music cartel's RIAA is now after him for stealing copyrighted downloads.
"We have to be seen to be scrupulously fair," says Bainwol. "We've subpoenaed more than 18,000 men, women and children for doing the same thing, so we can hardly ignore Predent Bush's transgressions, even if he is our leader."
Recordings by The Beatles are sacrosanct and the remaining Beatles have only just agree to allow the band's works to be posted online.
You can see the Sky.com video of Bush admitting that he's a file sharing thief here, and just to be safe, we also have a copy here.