PA Bellwether Case – Bench Trial Audio Files – 10 June 2013

PA Bellwether Case – Bench Trial Audio, 10 Jun 2013

On 10 Jun 13, the PA bench trial (formerly ‘Bellwether’ trial) of John Does #1, 13, & 16, took place.  A good person was kind enough to provide the documents containing the audio recording of the trial.  Thank you.  I have provided links (below) to the two parts of the audio recording.  I have yet to fully listen to or digest the trial, but felt it should be released sooner rather than later for everyone to hear.  Myself and other will likely post a recap (synopsis) of the trial, as well as thoughts, analysis, and our opinions.  Please tell me what you think of this and how it may/will affect the future of these types of cases.

DieTrollDie 🙂

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6 Responses to PA Bellwether Case – Bench Trial Audio Files – 10 June 2013

  1. DieTrollDie says:

    Well Hell!!! Just got this email. Will have to try and find a better way to share the audio files.

    DTD 🙂
    Hi John,

    This email is an automated notification from Dropbox that your Public links have been temporarily suspended for generating excessive traffic. Your Dropbox will continue to function normally with the exception of Public links.

    This suspension is temporary.

    Please visit Dropbox support if you have any questions.

    – The Dropbox Team

    • SJD says:

      Magnet link:



  2. DieTrollDie says:

    In addition to reading what Cashman and Rushie had to say, I was able to review Part 2 and make some notes. Due to Dropbox, I will try to share it out another way later today. Part 2 was interesting, especially when Lipscomb mentioned what their new business model was, as well as points they used to point to an infringers guilt. Not surprising, but it was nice to hear it come directly from him. I will try to make a post about it in the future.

    DTD 🙂

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  4. Unnamed Doe says:

    I think it’s clear as part of the settlement, Mr. Rushie was told to make a public statement on all the points Troll wanted him to say

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