Thursday, December 02, 2004

NEVER MIND THE VISAS: Surely a more pressing question for the Home Secretary is quite what the relationship between the police and the BPI was for the Scottish raid on pirates - the reports read almost as if the BPI is directing these operations:

The BPI’s anti-piracy investigator for Scotland, Pat Ferguson added:

“We’ve done smaller raids in the region before, but nothing on this kind of scale. Plus, it serves as a far bigger deterrent when we’re able to raid their houses. The most determined pirates have nothing but contempt for the law and would be out flogging fakes days after being bailed if we didn’t seize their means of production.”

Still, at least it's a laugh seeing a voicepiece for a cartel of four of the biggest companies in the world using a phrase like "seizing the means of production".

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