Tuesday , September 09, 2003 NEW YORK The music industry has turned its big legal guns on Internet music-swappers including a 12-year-old New York City girl who thought downloading songs was fun. Brianna LaHara said she was frightened to learn she was among the hundreds of people sued yesterday by giant music companies in federal courts around the country. "I got really scared. My stomach is all turning," Brianna said last night at the city Housing Authority apartment where she lives with her mom and her 9-year-old brother. "I thought it was OK to download music because my mom paid a service fee for it. Out of all people, why did they pick me?" http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,96797,00.html (cont'd) ---------------------- Poor thing I doubt she's the kingpin of music piracy And check out the typo "teh apartment."