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    RIAA Wants to Depose Dead Defendant's Children; But Will Allow them 60 Days to "Grieve"

    In Michigan, in Warner Bros. v. Scantlebury, after learning that the defendant had passed away, the RIAA made a motion to stay the case for 60 days in order to allow the family time to "grieve", after which time they want to start taking depositions of the late Mr. Scantlebury's children.

    These people are disgusting.
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    Sounds something like ACLU would love to defend.

    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas
    RIAA Wants to Depose Dead Defendant's Children; But Will Allow them 60 Days to "Grieve"

    In Michigan, in Warner Bros. v. Scantlebury, after learning that the defendant had passed away, the RIAA made a motion to stay the case for 60 days in order to allow the family time to "grieve", after which time they want to start taking depositions of the late Mr. Scantlebury's children.

    These people are disgusting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Advance The Man
    Sounds something like ACLU would love to defend.
    Actually it's more up the EFF's alley.
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    After the harsh light of the media was shone in their rat like eyes the RIAA backs off:

    Our hearts go out to the Scantleberry family for their loss. We had decided to temporarily suspend the productive settlement discussions we were having with the family. Mr. Scantleberry had admitted that the infringer was his stepson, and we were in the process settling with him shortly before his passing. Out of an abundance of sensitivity, we have elected to drop this particular case.

    Weasles!

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