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October 14, 2004

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John,
You are hilarious! Great defense, I can only hope you are on my side if we are ever in the court room together. I have read part of the report you pointed to. I can't understand how they can put the need to enforce Intellectual Property laws at the same level as the war on terror. They want to implement all of these new programs that will cost millions while there is still major problems infecting the rest of the American society. How can the government justify spending so much money to go after a kid for using his computer when there are kids who don't even get regular meals. How can they say that all counterfeit drugs are bad even though the US only provides drugs at prices that most third world countries can not afford.
Thanks for your view on things, it is always honest and accurate.

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