Jack Thompson Not Allowed to Participate in Louisiana Game Law Suit

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In an order dated July 19th, James J. Brady of the Middle District of Louisiana has ruled that Jack Thompson may not file an amicus curie brief in the lawsuit brought by the Entertainment Software Association against Louisiana's game law.
Thompson is notorious among gamers for blaming video games for the most heinous of crimes, and an amicus curie (friend of the court) brief would allow him to present information for consideration despite not being a party to the case.

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