LaRouche Followers Continue Video Game Assault at Virginia Tech Hearings

Far-out political figure Lyndon LaRouche is apparently intent upon linking violent video games to the Virginia Tech massacre.

Last month GamePolitics reported on Virginia Tech Review Panel testimony given by Don Phau, a member of LaRouche's political action committee (see: Violent Games Should be Banned Like Heroin). Phau attended the panel's public meeting in Richmond, the first of several planned around the state.

Larouche Youth Movement leader Paul Mourino at the second Review Panel meeting, held in Blacksburg, where Virginia Tech is located had this to say,

In the aftermath of the Columbine High School massacres… Lyndon LaRouche joined such law enforcement experts as Col. David Grossman in demanding action against the manufacturers and distributors of violent point-and-shoot video games…

Cho, the Virginia Tech shooter, is no exception, despite the near total media blackout of his involvement with violent video games, including "Counter-Strike." News organizations like the Washington Post… confirmed his strong attraction to these games. Yet that story never appeared in print, and only accidentally showed up on a blog site associated with that newspaper.....

To see what else he said, click on the link.

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macalatus4744d ago

Alright, so Mr. Fruitcake and Co. are now launching a full-frontal assault on videogames? Freakin' bunch of losers!! Jack Thompson, you now have my full permission to sue those dumba$$es since they are hell bent in taking your thunder away.

nobizlikesnowbiz4744d ago

The whole f**king lot of them need to be dealt with. I hope they don't interpret that as a violent threat. I surely have been playing too many 'hyperviolent' videogames lately. I feel compelled to murder a dozen kittens with a blowtorch.