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Chuck Ridenhour (Chuck D, of Public Enemy) claims Michael Closter, of Virginia, and his company Reach Global defrauded him of copyrights in 28 songs he wrote, in federal court.

LOS ANGELES — Chuck Ridenhour (Chuck D, of Public Enemy) claims Michael Closter, of Virginia, and his company Reach Global defrauded him of copyrights in 28 songs he wrote, in federal court.

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