Wondering what becomes of all the bootleg merchandise that is seized? The clothing items sometimes find their way into the hands of less fortunate individuals through various charity organizations. Such was the case in 2005, when Cousins Entertainment, through its attorneys at the time, the Denver-based law firm, Schwartz & Goldberg, who filed an order in Colorado District court requesting permission to donate seized goods to victims of Hurricane Katrina, an order that was subsequently granted. Click through to see the official court documents.
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