Feds cuff blogger for Guns N' Roses leak
Chinese Democracy, American Extremism
The FBI has arrested a 27-year-old American blogger for leaking some unreleased Guns N' Roses tunes to the internet.
According to The Associated Press and Los Angeles Times, the Feds cuffed Culver City, California's Kevin Cogill on Wednesday morning, two months after his web site Antiquiet served up nine tunes from "Chinese Democracy" - an album Axl Rose and various other people have been dawdling over for more than a decade.
In an arrest affidavit, Cogill admitted to streaming the tunes, and the Feds have accused him of violating US copyright law.
Yes, the tunes have since been removed from Cogill's site. But plenty of people have already done their listening/copying. The affidavit also says that Antiquiet received so much traffic when the songs were posted, it eventually crashed.
Clearly, an online "Chinese Democracy" leak poses a serious threat to Guns N' Roses and its label, Geffen Records. If web surfers actually hear the unreleased album, the mix n' match band can no longer maintain the illusion that it isn't complete shite. ®
Spot on Graham, talentless moron comes to mind regarding Axel Rose.
Never was any good never will be. Same with KISS.
>but to say he had no talent..? Naughty Graham, naughty..
Sorry but from the moment I first heard GnR I thought it sounded like a tired spandex rehash, nothing since then has altered my opinion. But then I felt the same about Kiss..
/Asbestos is our friend
You need what we call a "lobbyist" in order to get the FBI to do your bidding. There are quite a few lobbyist's in most major cities in the US - they can get you what you want, ensure national security, and eliminate pedophiles, all in one fell swoop. And the best part is neither you or the lobbyist have to obey the law.
If you haven't done so already, I recommend you get a lobbyist ASAP - everybody needs one.