More Manhunt Hunting

The Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association (ELSPA) has issued an Open Letter to Home Secretary on the "Manhunt murder" situation (story), defending the legality of the game. Meanwhile, Manhunt Lawyer Speaks on IGN talks with attorney Jack Thompson (though they refer to him as Jack Johnson for the entirety of the conversation) for further follow-up on this, as Thompson responds to allegations that the copy of the game in question was found in the victim's, rather than the killer's home (story), saying "That's false. The game belonged to the murderer." Meanwhile, Police reject game link to murder (thanks Mike Martinez) is another story restating the official theory that this is a robbery case, while offering the victim's mother's word that the game in possession of the victim was a gift from the alleged perpetrator. She also forgets the game plan of blaming the game for this in stating:
"Leblanc is responsible for what Leblanc did and what he did was horrible."
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