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Rocker Blogger Popped By G-Men

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The LAT’s Scott Glover reports:

A man accused of posting nine previously unreleased songs by the rock band Guns N’ Roses on a website where they could be accessed by the public was arrested at his home early today on suspicion of violating federal copyright laws, authorities said.

Kevin Cogill, 27, is accused of posting the songs, which were being prepared for commercial release, on the Internet blog Antiquiet in June, according to an arrest affidavit. The site received so much traffic after the songs were posted that it crashed, the affidavit states.

We don’t know what’s more shocking – that the feds have nothing better to do than arrest fanboys or that Guns N’ Roses have fanboys.

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