Crysis 2 author found guilty of assaulting U.S federal officer

On December 8 of last year, Canadian science fiction author Peter Watts (the creative mind behind Homeworld 2 and Crysis 2) had an altercation with a U.S. Customs officer at the border while on his way home. Today, a St. Clair County jury returned a guilty verdict for Watts. He faces up to two years in prison.

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csimpson3495d ago

This story was originally reported as a police brutality case --

Now it turns our *he* was the aggressor? Hmm...

The Killer3494d ago Show
DelbertGrady3494d ago (Edited 3494d ago )

^^ Example of what too much science fiction might do to your brain.

The Killer3494d ago (Edited 3494d ago )

most probably u reported me,

let me ask u a question, did u know what is the content of that video? do u love to eat chicken skin mixed with urine in ur sandwich?

again, this is the video watch it all then tell me what is fiction in it and what is not!!

the author said it him self that not everything is a fact but it demands further investigation from viewers!! oh wait u dont have the capacity to search on what u eat and what u see and what u hear!!!

ThanatosDMC3493d ago

I wonder if he used the suit and used the strength mode.

catguykyou3493d ago

What does this have to do with the article at all? Keep spam where it belongs, in the spam folder.

On topic, you don't physically fight the police. It's just dumb and no one ever gets away with it. Let them beat you. More people have won those cases than cases where they beat up an officer.

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grantps33495d ago

he should learn the rules

Tony P3495d ago

So that's what happened to him after he left the Millennium Group.

...Someone else remembers that show, I hope.

gillri3494d ago

the tension shows when your up against Halo Reach doesnt it?

chak_3494d ago


should have taken a nanosuit

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