The legendary musician Neil Young put a lawsuit against Donald Trump.
The 74-year-old canadian musician seemed certainly not, it was working when the american president chose to play several of Neil Young's numbers in connection with a campaign event in Tulsa, Oklahoma, 20. June - mind you, without permission.
It writes multiple media, including The Guardian.
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He has just sent the papers on the copyright infringement off to New York federal court.
Neil Young requires that the damages must be paid. In the document requirements for a replacement of between 750 and 150,000 dollars per unit. illegal afsplining. This corresponds to between 4700 and 940.000 Danish kroner pr. playback.
'the Intention behind this complaint is not to violate american citizens' rights and opportunities as are free to support the candidate, they will,' is in the action.
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But Neil Young stresses that he will not allow his music be used as a theme song for a 'divisive, the red scare campaign built on ignorance and hatred.'
It is not known what Donald Trump says to the action. Photo: Jonathan Ernst/Ritzau Scanpix
It is the numbers 'Rockin' in the Free World' and the 'Devil's Sidewalk', Neil Young is angry about having to be been used in Trumps campaign.
In the complaint says that Neil Young considers that there is a repetitive affair, and that the campaign should have used the numbers from 2015, and that the campaign has ignored the singer's desire to stop to play the songs.