Thursday, December 08, 2005

Pre-emptive strikes

Vaz demands that 'bullying' video game be banned, Leicester Mercury.
Although he has not seen the game, Keith Vaz, MP for Leicester East, read a preview of Bully on the website of its manufacturer Rockstar.

He has now put forward a petition in the Commons demanding the game is banned.
And the Mercury is continuing to allow them to bring Manhunt in to this:
Mr Vaz has long campaigned against violent video games ever since Leicester 14-year-old Stefan Pakeerah was murdered by a man whom, his mother Giselle claimed, was obsessed with the game Manhunt, also made by Rockstar Games.
The EDM: Sale by Rockstar games of 'Bully'

In context: I went to Asda the other day to buy Gun. I'm 22 and had to get my driving licence out. The 18 logo is bigger than a penny, far bigger than 18s on DVDs or videos.

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