A music retailer shouldn't have to pay licensing fees because customers hearing the music might BUY the music as a result of hearing it.
So why should ANYONE pay licensing fees for publicly playing music?
Does the customer's distance from a cash register somehow affect the likelihood they enjoy the song and want to purchase it? What, do people just hang out in music stores on the off chance they might hear something they like and go find it on the shelves?
I suppose someone else had a motive to kill Nicole Simpson and her new boyfriend in a blind, bloody rage.
Are you seriously suggesting that OJ wasn't guilty?
Yes, the police might have done something illegal to try to get him convicted, but my opinion is that it's only a "frame" if you DIDN'T ACTUALLY DO THE CRIME.