Virginia Tech. Review Panel Turns to LaRouche PAC for Video Game Link to Shootings

23 de may de 2007

<body><div id="article"><tr><td height="28" valign="middle" width="184"></td><td valign="middle" width="185"></td></tr><h1>Virginia Tech. Review Panel Turns to LaRouche PAC for Video Game Link to Shootings</h1><p>May 23 (LPAC)--The LaRouche Political Action Committee is so far the only organization to bring out the truth that Valve's (Microsoft Spin-Off) <i>Counterstrike</i> video game played a key role in training Virginia Tech shooter Seung-Hui Cho. In two separate appearances before a Virginia panel investigating the Blacksburg massacre, LPAC has been able to raise the role of video games in the shootings.</p><p>The LPAC testimony also brought out that the violent video games originated as military training devices, and are part of the plans of figures such as Dick Cheney and Democratic Party money bags Felix Rohatyn to replace national governments with private armies.</p><p>since 1996 has been an obsession of Microsoft chairman Bill Gates and the multi-billion dollar video game industry. Reports by friends of Cho about his virtual addiction to Microsoft's <i>Counterstrike</i> shooter video game were suppressed by the Washington Post, after a brief appearance on the newspaper's website the day after the mass shooting which killed 33 students in the most fatal attack of school violence in history.</p><p>, Monday by a LaRouche PAC representative, the chairman of the state's review panel specifically requested LPAC for any and all material pertaining to the link of video games and mass violence. After Monday's session, attended by about 100 people, the panel's chairman, former State Police Superintendent W. Gerald Massengill, thanked LPAC representative Paul Mourino for his testimony, and noted this is the second such comment that the panel has heard on this matter.</p><p>The testimony by LPAC representative Paul Mourino on May 21, and by Donald Phau before a panel in Richmond on May 10, have been the only public statements in these hearings which have brought out shooter Seung-Hui Cho's video game addiction.</p><p>LaRouche has called the promotion of video games "a crime against humanity." It is not a social problem, "it's a Nuremberg crime!" LaRouche said in commenting on the role of Cheney and the "Middlebury monster"</p></div></body>