But former Pirate Bay spokesperson Peter Sunde rejects the courts claims calling them not justified. Neither of the two men lives in Sweden nor is the site being operated from here, Sunde told news agency TT. From that point of view, Stockholm district court has no judicial means to threaten the two, Sunde added. In the first trial in the spring the men behind
The Pirate Bay were found guilty of infringing on the copyright. Both the prosecutors and the defendants appealed the verdict. Appellate proceeding is expected to take place next year.