Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Michael Froomkin Asks Whether Florida Bar Should Disbar Jack Thompson

In the ongoing all-out war between the Florida bar and extreme video-game opponent Jack Thompson, here is a post from U. of Miami Law School's always-interesting Michael Froomkin, at his discourse.net blog.  He cites to summaries and video to catch readers up.  Thompson does not always do himself a service when he pleads his own case to the public.  [Alan Childress]


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Oh, and for the confused Prof. Froomkin: I'm not a "video game opponent." I opposed the sale of Mature-rated video games to anyone under 17 when their parents aren't around. That's a view shared by 90% of the American people. We're the only country in the world that rates games for adults and then sells them to kids.

Professor, you need a reality check and to stop attending ACLU meetings. Jack Thompson

Posted by: Jack Thompson, Attorney | Dec 25, 2007 4:18:26 PM

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