An anonymous reader writes: Jammie Rassett-Thomas has received her fourth sentence: A jury found her guilty of illegally sharing 24 songs back in 2005 and awarded a sentence of $1.5 million in damages to the plaintiffs — Sony BMG, Arista Records LLC, Interscope Records, UMG Recordings, Capitol Records and Warner Bros. Records. So what is the exact value of those 24 songs? The U.S. law system has already come up with $222,000, $1.92 million, $54,000 and now $1.5 million. I am sure that was not the last number and we will be hearing more. The purpose of this trial appears to have been lost a long time ago. It has turned into a fight for headlines and the pure principle of Rasset-Thomas believing that she was treated unfairly and the music industry not been able to let go of this case as it would have to fear the aftershock in other cases.