In Warner v. Stubbs, in Oklahoma, the defendant filed her answer and counterclaim against the RIAA on August 23, 2006. In it she likened the RIAA's tactics to "extortion".
The very next day, on August 24, 2006, the RIAA turned around and asked the Judge for permission to withdraw its case:
Plaintiffs' Motion to Dismiss*
* Document available online at Internet Law & Regulation
Ms. Stubbs is represented by Marilyn Barringer-Thomson, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the same lawyer who represents Deborah Foster in Capitol v. Foster.
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