my guess is they wanted it to be a spectacle to dissuade any 1 else from creating the next .com empire. total overkill, illegal warrants this is typical of the way pirates are gonna be treat in the future. basically coperations making there own laws and then sorting it out after... chances are the guy will now have good leagal grounds on which to fight his case and will probably get away with it... then in a few months years he suddenly dies in a car accident...
Ok, but were the Special Forces American? I didn't watch the vid. Look stealing copy righted material has been going on for long time it's just much easier now and if you were the content creator you should be up in arms over these thieves. So I have no sympathy for them(thieves). But clearly the people involved in this case are making an example out him.
[citation][nom]greatsaltedone[/nom][citation]yet those present were armed with semi-automatic weapons[/citation]This seems a silly statement -- should they have been carrying bolt-action weapons instead?[/citation]The media does this crap all the time. Especially hilarious to see on local TV news.
"Oh noes, semi-automatic firearms! I don't know what that means, but it sure sounds scary! I'm picturing Rambo with a machine gun while I'm reading this news report off the teleprompter with considerably less teleprompter-reading-talent than the President!"
[citation][nom]RADIO_ACTIVE[/nom]Couldn't a couple officers just knock on his door and serve the warrent lol[/citation]
I dont know why but I picture him sitting in his saferoom doing the Kids in the Hall bit holding up his thumb and saying, "There nobody home."
The Aussie Police were trying to impress the FBI.
Citizens are now in more peril from the Police than
from criminals!!! This kind of Law Enforcement behavior
is going to get much worse and more common.
Don't believe me, then examine the new laws that
Democratic Governments are passing without their