|Okay -- I thought I was done.|
Okay -- I thought I was done.
Nov. 16th, 2010 @ 09:01 am
|Date:||November 17th, 2010 04:04 am (UTC)|| |
If you don't think lawyers will go after Judith Griggs
Judith Griggs may not have much left, and you may think that some lawyers will take one look at this sad excuse for a human being and let her fall on her own sword, but consider this: After 3 years, numerous times before judges, and a staggering amount of legal costs, the RIAA recently won a judgment against Jammie Thomas-Rasset for $1.5 million for illegally downloading and sharing 24 songs. Now while Mrs. Thomas-Rasset will surely appeal again, this goes to show the extent to which some lawyers will go to protect copyrights.
If Judith Griggs thinks things are bad now, she's about to take an express elevator straight down to the 4th Round of the 9th Circle of Hell.
Re: If you don't think lawyers will go after Judith Griggs
If you're referring to Dante's Inferno
, you just described Judecca, reserved for those who were traitors to their lords and benefactors. I think the more appropriate spot for Judith would be the 7th Bolgia of Malebolge -- the Thieves.
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