Skinny Puppy bills the government

 Skinny Puppy recently invoiced the US government after learning that their music had been used as a “torture device” at Guantanamo Bay detention camp, reports NME.

While collections work is not usually an area of the law that is a lot of fun, this case would be fantastic.  

Better yet, someone should submit a FOIA request for all the music used at Guantanamo on prisoners.  Then, get all the bands together and create a class action.

Coincidentally, Skinny Puppy is currently touring.

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~ by siouxsielaw on February 3, 2014.

3 Responses to “Skinny Puppy bills the government”

  1. I wonder if the government will pay up.

  2. Nice dance battle!

  3. >standing ovation for SP<

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