Someone stole the diary of the President’s daughter, Ashley. They sold it to a group that claims to be journalists. (I presume the courts will define this broadly.) May the journalist publish all or parts of the diary?
Surely, those who stole the artifact violated the law. I presume the people who paid for the dairy are also criminals. (They sent the crooks back for more stuff, and paid extra for it.)
But once the diary is Out There, how does copyright apply?
Those are the people who stole it. The people at Project Veritas who bought it, and encouraged them to steal even more stuff have yet to be convicted, I think. The articles I’ve read indicate that the thieves are cooperating with authorities, though, so hopefully the Veritas bastards will also be going down eventually.
Social worker, activist and philanthropist indeed. Obviously there is dirt to dig up here, how is a social worker making more than $30K a year? She must be using her unscrupulous ties to shady underworld players in league with Hillary’s basement pizza shop! Stealing her diary is patriotic act I tell you!
Jeez, its a wonder they haven’t tried to tie Biden into his wife and young childs death.