Record 5-Year Prison Term Handed to Convicted File SharerBY DAVID KRAVETS
Jan. 08, 2013
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The leader of the in-theater camcording gang known as the IMAGiNE Group was handed a 60-month prison term Thursday in what is the nationís longest sentence in a file-sharing case.
The sentence handed to Jeramiah Perkins, 40, of Portsmouth, Virginia, surpassed one of largest file-sharing terms handed to IMAGiNE co-defendant Gregory A. Cherwonik, 53, of New York, who received 40 months in November for his role in the operation.