Friday, June 16, 2006


The White Stripes royalty case has reached its end, and it's good news for Jack:

The White Stripes have won a legal case against a former producer who claimed a share in the band's royalties.

A Detroit federal jury rejected claims by Jim Diamond that he had helped create the band's signature sound.

Jack, of course, made a statement outside:

White, one half of the band with drummer Meg White, told The Detroit News outside court: "You never know what's going to happen in a trial".

He has, of course, confused "exciting thriller sold in an airport" with "trial", here.

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