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The Jammie Thomas-Rasset file-sharing case may be dramatic, but it has nothing on the crazed circus that the similar Joel Tenenbaum case in Masschussetts has become. Judge Nancy Gertner, who oversees the Tenenbaum case, has had enough of it, too, and has demanded that the bizarre behavior come to an end.What's been going on? The better question is, what hasn't? Harvard Law professor Charles Nesson, who is defending Tenenbaum (and helped Jammie Thomas-Rasset find her current legal team), has taken to recording every phone call and conversation he can, despite repeated instructions not to do so. He has then posted those recordings publicly.He (in)famously posted his private e-mails with other copyright experts, all of whom disagreed with Nesson's view that P2P file-sharing was fair use.And—this is perhaps the pièce de résistance—Nesson's team then uploaded every song at issue in the case to an online storage locker... and Nesson posted the details on his blog.