Igor KOZLOV, “the FACTS”
Sunday, June 28 legendary rock band The Rolling Stones, who recently for the first time in eight years, has released a new song, made an official statement saying that it intends to sue the U.S. President Donald trump. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie watts and Ronnie wood are outraged that Mr. trump without their knowledge or permission uses during meetings with voters hits of the famous British musicians.
In particular, on June 21, us President was in the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma. At a meeting with voters turned the full power of the song You Can’t Always Get What You Want (“You can’t always get what you want”) recorded with The Rolling Stones in 1969.
Lawyers groups have filed a complaint with the organization for the protection of the copyright of the musicians BMI. Her lawyers immediately notified the campaign headquarters trump that unauthorized use of someone else’s music at public events is a gross violation of copyright. Such actions are unacceptable and are punishable by large monetary fines. If the assistants trump ignore the warning BMI, the organization will file a lawsuit.
Jagger and his friends also emphasise that they take very seriously the pandemic COVID-19 and believe that the mass Assembly in the country, which revealed most infected in the world, is not carried out. Therefore, they strongly object to their songs at such events.
The Rolling Stones not the only one who is not satisfied with the conduct of the election headquarters of the trump. Previously expressed their outrage , the family of the late Tom petty. At the same meeting in Tulsa was a new song composed by this famous musician I Won’t Back Down (“I won’t back down”). “Tom petty would never have wanted his songs were used in the campaign of incitement to hatred. He liked to bring people together, not divide them. Tom spoke out against racism and discrimination of any kind, and we, his family, like-minded”, — said in a statement.
Earlier, the “FACTS” reported that trump called his supporters racists great people.