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Op Ed

Huffington Post - Video Games Hold No Answers.
If there was any truly meaningful link between homicide and media exposure from any source, then by now one would have seen a whole body of supportive forensic research being used in our courts. If any of this research being trotted out now held even a glimmer of hope for a person accused of murder, attorneys all over the country would be mounting vigorous defenses based upon this connection -- but we haven't. And the reason we haven't is that the connection between the psychological and behavioral dynamics of youth homicide and violent video games and violent movies is simply not there.

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2. Re: Op Ed Jan 18, 2013, 13:34 Cutter
 
I wonder what Clarence Bodeker would make of all this?  
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