Courtesy of Gizomondo, it now appears that an RIAA-produced training video for prosecutors uses some novel 'Talking Points' to make their case to a jury, such as the soon-to-be-classic argument that "it'll lead them to everything from handguns to large quantities of cocaine [and] marijuana, not to mention terrorists and murderers". Also mentioned is that "When you buy a CD, would you like it with or without--the with is enclosing a piece of crack or whatever the case may be." It seems that the RIAA is setting up an alternate reality for jurors to bathe in when making their decisions about how much to punish those guilty of copyright infringement, and as in Hollywood movie treatments 'enhancing' the original script, maybe this will help in soon having Homeland Security directly involved in helping keep these p2p offenders behind bars before they move on to more serious acts of terrorism or shooting rampages. Is there perhaps a direct but hidden connection between those behind the recent rash of campus shootings and music piracy?
Roy Cohn would be proud!