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Friday, April 18, 2014

Were video games to blame for Virginia Tech massacre?

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Image: ‘Counter-Strike’
   

 

 

Jack Thompson, a Florida attorney and opponent of violent video games, said Va. Tech gunman Cho Seung-Hui played ‘Counter-Strike,’ Valve Software’s popular multiplayer game
 

The shooting on the Virginia Tech campus was only hours old, police hadn't even identified the gunman, and yet already the perpetrator had been fingered and was in the midst of being skewered in the media.

Video games. They were to blame for the dozens dead and wounded. They were behind the bloodiest massacre in U.S. history.

Or so Jack Thompson told Fox News and, in the days that followed, would continue to tell anyone who'd listen.

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