Crime-Solving TV Show Highlights Public Reaction to Violent Videogames

Spike TV's Murder gives ordinary folks the chance to solve real-life murders, presenting them with accurate crime scene recreations, evidence, and videos of suspect interrogations. This week's episode featured the stabbing death of a 14-year-old girl in her bedroom. Her older brother was one of the suspects, and when the would-be detectives examined his room, they found a number of violent comic books and videogames.

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jay34156d ago

God i hate these syupid people who think like that.

Every video game has a form of violence in it. Just because some kid plays Super Mario doesn't mean hes going to go around jumping on peoples heads...

Norad64156d ago

It wasn't the brother anyway so it acually helped the stereo typing a little. One team thought it was him only because he played violent videogames. They lost and they got tore up by the detective for assuming to much and not gathering evidence.

jay34156d ago

Yeah that was good.

Did you hear that woman? She obviously has no clue

"EEEVIL BOOKS! EEEVIL GAMES!!" the two guys were just like "Stfu gtfo"

I never talk like that on the internet but meh.

ion6664155d ago

if it was'nt for games i probably would commit these acts or sign up for military duty.its agreat stress reliever and if they say no then their probably a serial killer stuffing their refridgerator with young male students and bunny heads.

ion6664155d ago (Edited 4155d ago )

when they said come on lets go outside and start trouble,i would be like no way man i goota score to settle with bebop and rocksteady,good times

ShiftyLookingCow4155d ago (Edited 4155d ago )

Hate Kill - Gamestation 3?

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