MSNBC reports that the lawyer of a man, with mental health issues who firebombed three synagogues, takes great relish in laying the blame squarely on violent gaming. Well, it has been a while since the industry has been attacked like this...
Now I understand why the Xbox outsells the PS3 in Iran and the Gaza strip. And if my history books are correct the 360 outsold PS3s by 3:1 in 1930s Germany. Or maybe they guy was just an idiot who'd been drinking too much Mountain Jew.
You forgot that Osama Bin Laden was a huge fan of the Xbox 360. In fact, he used cross game party chat to direct the 9/11 Bombings. The lawyers' an idiot who's just grasping at straws to pull his messed up employer out of sh*t. Remeber the days when violence was because of Rap?
wow,now this is pure propaganda at its finest.
The guy had mental health problems first and foremost. I should imagine anything would have set him off. Blaming video games is a weak excuse.
He used a Rasberry crush soda can which proves the real problem is all the Toxic sugar he has ingested not the video games :p.
Crazy like a FOX
Well sounds like a lawyer trying to get a reduced sentence if you ask me, i'm just thankful he didn't listen to heavy metal this guy would have been a real psycho! :/
Music doesn't make people crazy. I could easily use your messed up logic to say the same thing about hip-hop. Think before you say something. The guy's mental health issues were what caused him to do this, not games or music!
Sorry the post was ment to come across as sarcastic! Of course music doesn't make people crazy the same applies for video games.
Maybe it was a problem caused by his mental issuaes.
Maybe it was the pressure of modern society. Maybe it was the music he listened to. Maybe it was the games he played. Or the films he watched. Most likely it was none of these things and he was a ticking timebomb, but the laywer went for one of the easiest to blame. Ah yes, it takes me back a few years
Video games, the world's easiest scapegoat.
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