Bring Out the Pitchforks


A court found Pitchfork Records owner Michael Cohen not guilty of selling a bootleg CD, but he still can't get around 600 CDs seized by police back. In asking for the records back, Cohen agreed that some of them were bootlegs and selling them would be illegal, but he says he wants them back for his personal collection. But the Massachusetts Supreme Court has ruled that even possessing such CDs is illegal. If the ruling stands, the CDs will be destroyed.