"The Motion Picture Association of America provided valuable assistance to the investigation."
With terrorists on the loose, walking the streets of America, planning their next big act in their unfolding play of anti-Americanism, the FBI and the ICE ( and possibly the military ) turn their sights to a bunch of geek who were sharing files. Aiding the FBI and the ICE was the Motion Picture Association. This action was no doubt brought forth because of the recent release of the new Star Wars movie which was made available on the Internet.
Work prints which were leaked from studios appeared on the Internet's popular Bit Torrent sites for all to download. Despite the availability of the of the movie an the Internet, every geek, nerd, and what ever the equivalent Star Wars version of a Treky is, show up at local theaters, cash in hand, to make it's opening one of the largest cash cows to date earning to date $317 million. That, for a movie that is mediocre at best.
While I am not much for conspiracy
theories, one would think that maybe, just maybe, the studio may have
released a copy to SWROTS to the Internet to track it's propagation and
"provided valuable assistance to the
investigation" conducted by the FBI and ICE. This, dear reader,
may be the beginning of a new America where MPAA and the RIAA