NinjaVideo Founder Freed From PrisonTorrentFreak
Apr. 08, 2013
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After being sent to prison early 2012 for running NinjaVideo, the first site to fall victim to the U.S. Government’s ‘Operation in Our Sites’, founder Hana ‘Phara’ Beshara is now back in society. Fresh from peeling potatoes for 12 cents an hour and learning how to knit, the self-styled ‘queen’ of Ninja is living at a halfway house and thinking about how she’s going to pay $210,000 damages to the MPAA. Maybe an MTV documentary and reality shows hold the key...