Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Pro se litigant in LaFace v. Does 1-5 in Michigan accuses MediaSentry of committing a felony

In LaFace v. Does 1-5, a Michigan case, a pro se litigant has accused MediaSentry of committing a felony by investigating without a license.

Linares declaration
"Supplementary motion to quash"*

* Document published online at Internet Law & Regulation

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If this is not enough to get the RIAA thrown out of court at the very beginning when they truly have no case, then there is no justice left in the federal court system.

The fact that the RIAA knows that their investigations are illegal warrants the severest of sanctions as well.

And since a $5000 fine is just the cost of doing business these days, MediaSentry should be in jail.