Creators of Large Illegal Movie and TV Streaming Service Found Guilty


Five individuals, Kristopher Dallmann, Douglas Courson, Felipe Garcia, Jared Jaurequi, and Peter Huber, may face prison time for allegedly running a large-scale illegal movie and television streaming service called Jetflicks. A federal jury in Las Vegas has convicted the men, although the full extent of their potential jail time will depend on the details of their sentence.

The Justice Dept. claims Jetflicks accumulated millions in criminal profits by transmitting copyrighted works without permission. The federal jury charged Dallmann with conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement as well as several counts of money laundering, thereby concealing the source of the funding for Jetflicks activities.

Several industry professionals took to various media outlets to express optimism regarding these verdicts. Bryce Zabel, former television academy chairman and veteran writer for television, told Truth Voices, “These convictions send an unequivocal message: plagiarism is plagiarism regardless of whether it transpires concerning cars or copyrights.

The authorities have revealed additional details of the scheme, indicating attempts by Jetflicks principals to disguise the illegitimate nature of this business by making it appear as one related to airplane entertainment.

Rich Johnson
Rich Johnson
Digital Content Producer.

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