HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT BOOTLEGGERS: COMMUNITY SERVICE OR COMMON CRIMINALS?
The Insite hears Houston rap label owner James Prince hasn’t given up his fight against bootleggers. Prince and his Rap-a-Lot attorneys have filed cease and desist orders against at least three companies for allegedly bootlegging the Houston based rap artist Zro. The Insite was told at least one federal search warrant was served on one Houston man and US Marshals found more than 5,000 bootleg c-d’s. You’ll remember only a few years ago the Insite gave you an inside look at how Prince’s then bootleg squad worked to fight illegal copying of music. There is no word if they’re still going out searching for bootleggers or using the courts as they have recently done.
Insite Question: What do you think about bootleggers: A community service or common criminals?