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inotocracy writes "When the band BuckCherry found out that their latest single had leaked on BitTorrent, they didn't try to cover it up or take the file down, instead they issued a press release where they stated: "Honestly, we hate it when this [snip] happens, because we want our FANS to have any new songs first." After a little bit of investigation, the uploader appears to be the band's manager Josh Klemme."
inotocracy writes "The bodies of "Spam King" Edward "Eddie" Davidson, his wife, and 3-year-old daughter were found in an SUV parked in a farmhouse driveway in a rural part of Bennett, about 25 miles east of Denver. Authorities said Davidson was the apparent gunman. Davidson, 35, was sentenced in April to 21 months in prison and ordered to pay $714,139 in restitution to the IRS after pleading guilty to falsifying header information to send spam e-mail, tax evasion and criminal forfeiture."