Jack Thompson Now Running Police Investigations

from the blame-game dept

Apparently at the behest of Jack Thompson, some sheriff's deputies in Louisiana have seized some video games from the home of a teenage murder suspect as "evidence". Evidence of what? That the kid has a games console or PC? Thompson says that he told the police to look for games because reports of the crime fit the scenario of the Grand Theft Auto games -- which would also indicate that any kid with a paper route must be an avid Paperboy player, though we've missed all the reports of Frogger driving people to play in traffic. All Thompson's trying to do (apart from drum up some publicity for himself) is shift the blame for the crime from a sick, stupid killer onto video games -- just the latest in his line of attempts to let people abdicate any responsibility for their actions. One other question -- why do law-enforcement officers in Louisiana now need an activist lawyer from Florida to tell them how to do their jobs?

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    Starky, 5 Jun 2006 @ 3:24pm

    Jack the a***hole

    I never thought that Jack could be any more of an ass. I guess I was wrong.

    Why is he involved with the police investigations? He's a f***ing lawyer, and a shitty one at that!

    Why can't he just crawl back into the dark abyss from which he came?
    Click my name to see what I feel should happen to him (sorry for the bad lighting effects, I'm still learning how to use 3d studios)

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