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Los Angeles, CA -- Angelina Harrison didn't think she was doing
anything wrong. Now her dream of attending the University of California – Los Angeles is ruined. What happened? In an age where music industry executives are taking hard line against those who pirate their products, the companies that produce law school admission test preparatory materials have finally started to do the same. Angelina Harrison learned last week that her acceptance and scholarship at UCLA had been withdrawn by the school amid allegations of Harrison "stealing" copies of preparatory materials by obtaining illegally reproduced copies over the internet. In a statement made through her mother Mariana Rosario on Friday, Ms. Harrison stated, "I was not trying to defraud anyone or steal anything. I simply could not afford to pay $35.00 for the stuff I needed to do well on the test. Everyone I know was doing it."
Officials from the Law School Admissions Council were unsympathetic to Harrison's plight. They are working with several internet sites where the trading of these materials took place to protect their copyright using whatever means available and expect that more potential law students will be finding themselves either in court or have their acceptances cancelled in the near future.