posted on Nov, 23 2012 @ 06:15 PM
Originally posted by PsykoOps
reply to post by Xcathdra
The police actually said "You should have just paid and our gloves would come off". So they did kinda say that.
Not sure where that quote is in the article..
Secondly if you read the section dealing with who said what you would notice the person said the investigator told him. Not the police..
He was telling the police that when the entity came to his door to collect, thats what the investigator told him.
Just one of many version floating around the web -
Police raid home of 9-year-old Pirate Bay user, confiscate her ‘Winnie the Pooh’
TorrentFreak reports that the girl’s home was raided after local anti-piracy group CIAPC determined copyrighted files had been downloaded
illegally at her residence. Her father, the Internet service account holder, was contacted by CIAPC, which demanded that he pay a 600 euro
fine and sign a non-disclosure agreement to settle the matter. When the man did not comply, authorities raided his home and collected
evidence, including his 9-year-old daughter’s notebook computer. So what exactly happened here?
Just like here in the US, Swdish police do not cetermine a persons guilt or innocense, the courts do. The ISP flagged the account because of the
attempt to illegally download music. That is not in dispute since the father admitted as much.. Whether the files were successfuloly downloaded or not
is again moot.
You arent going to get a walk if you try and rob a bank and walk out empty handed are you?
Maybe if the girl saved her money she would not be in the positiuon she is eh?
edit on 23-11-2012 by Xcathdra because: (no reason