Violent game ban squashed
Posted August 29, 2006 by admin in Gaming
A district judge has chucked out a Louisiana law banning the sales of violent video games to minors
US District Judge James Brady said the state had no right to stop any distribution of games because they showed violent acts. Brady dubbed the law an "invasion of First Amendment rights" of producers, retailers and kiddies who play the games. He said that depictions of violence are "entitled to full constitutional protection".