Remember that trial involving a teenager that murdered his mother and shot his father because he wasn't allowed to play Halo 3? The defendant, Daniel Petric, has been convicted. Thankfully, the judge thought the notion of blaming the tragedy on a video game was ridiculous. The Associated Press reported:
While it's immensely sad that Petric's mother died for a senseless reason, I'm pleased to see that gaming won't be blamed for the murder. I'm grateful that the judge was wise enough to see that the kid is just damaged and his gaming addiction is not a reasonable excuse to kill someone.
Anyone disagree with me? Do you think addiction or any sorts makes someone "less responsible" for their actions? Speak up!