Jeramiah Perkins of Portsmouth faces up to 5 years in prison and a $250,000 fine, just like his co-conspirators.
Last September, the P2P top group stopped distributing new CAM and TS releases, and the P2P world began speculating that maybe they had been caught. This proved true as rumor has it a rival P2P group sold them out to the MPAA which then turned to the authorities.
The group had released hundreds of films, many of which were recorded in movie theaters by members of the group.
As of today, Jeramiah Perkins, 39, of Portsmouth, Va., Gregory Cherwonik, 53, of New York, Willie Lambert, 57, of Pennsylvania, and Sean Lovelady, 27, of California have all plead guilty to at least a count of conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement.
All the defendants are out on bail until sentencing in early 2013.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 4 Sep 2012 0:33