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Thursday, April 14, 2005
Four arrested in Nintendo sting


More than 60 000 pirated copies of Nintendo game consoles were seized during raids in New York and New Jersey

Four people were arrested in an FBI sting operation when they offered to sell pirated versions of games such as Donkey Kong, Mario Brothers, Duck Hunt and Baseball to FBI agents posing as gaming thieves. The four are suspected of importing more than 280 000 illegal video game consoles into the US between September and December 2004.


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