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Thread: RIAA Sues Stroke Victim in Michigan

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    popopot's Avatar To Me, To You BT Rep: +5
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    Although the defendant John Paladuk, an employee of C&N Railroad for 36 years, was living in Florida at the time of the alleged copyright infringement, and had notified the RIAA that he had not engaged in any copyright infringement, and despite that the fact that Mr. Paladuk suffered a stroke last year which resulted in complete paralysis of his entire left side and severely impaired speech, rendering him disabled, and despite the fact that his disability check is his sole source of income, the RIAA commenced suit against him on February 27, 2007.

    Source: http://recordingindustryvspeople.blo...-michigan.html
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    This makes me sad, complete idiots the RIAA are.
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    why does it matter if he was living in florida?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossco View Post
    why does it matter if he was living in florida?
    Matters for me for one.


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    We all know they wont stop at nothing. ffs, they stooped low enough to file a lawsuit againts a 65 yr old grandma who supposedly downloaded hiphop hits.

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