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This certainly doesn't help with downward pricing pressure...

More than 2 million Warner Home Video DVDs and Blu-ray Discs slated for destruction were instead kept by the company charged with destroying them, and then sold at retail for bargain prices, according to a suit filed by the studio.

Warner alleges in the suit, filed July 28 in Los Angeles Superior Court, that Agoura Hills, Calif.-based IWMB, Inc. was contracted to destroy excess inventory, however IWMB allegedly sold the product to one or more third parties, with the knowledge that those third parties would subsequently resell the product at a price lower than prevailing wholesale and retail prices, undercutting sales by distributors and retailers.
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