GTA Publisher, Jack Thompson Settle Lawsuit

They didn’t exactly kiss and make up, but Grand Theft Auto publisher Take Two Interactive and anti-game attorney Jack Thompson have apparently reached settlement on a pair of pending legal actions in Florida.

One immediate result is that Thompson will no longer have to worry about being jailed for contempt of court in regard to last October’s Bully case.

GamePolitics readers may recall that Take Two filed suit against Thomspon in a Florida federal court last month. T2’s action was primarily based upon Thompson’s threats to sue to block sales of upcoming Rockstar games Manhunt 2 and Grand Theft Auto IV.

Thompson promptly filed a countersuit whch was highlighted by charges that Take Two violated federal racketeering (RICO) statutes. The controversial attorney also accused several prominent game media outlets (including GamePolitics) of participating in a vast conspiracy against him. However, as reported by GamePolitics, an amended complaint subsequently filed by Thompson quietly dropped the RICO allegations

In the settlement, filed with Federal District Court Judge Cecilia Altonaga, Thompson has agreed that he:

1.) will not sue or threaten to sue to block sale or distribution of any game published by Take Two or its subsidiaries (i.e., Rockstar).

2.) will not communicate to Take Two or anyone doing business with T2 (like, say Wal-Mart) any accusation that the company committed any wrongdoing by selling its games. Thompson is not restricted from criticizing the content of T2 games, nor is he prevented from acting as counsel in lawsuits brought against Take Two by other parties

3.) will make any future contacts with T2 through its attorneys

For its part Take Two has agreed to dismiss the federal lawsuit and Thompson will drop his counterclaim. T2 has also agreed to drop the Bully contempt of court matter. There was to have been a hearing on the case tomorrow morning, and Thompson could potentially have been jailed if he were found to be in contempt by a Miami-Dade County judge.

Read all of the settlement legalese here.

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    joeAnne says:

    Frankly, I was expecting to happen like this. It was absolutely normal that they would end up to compromise like this. Some days ago when I was having some work with some frigidaire parts I was talking with some people around there and when I told them that this would happen, no one believe me. Oh well, now it has become true!

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    Jin Bambino-DiGeronimo says:

    Another chink in the armor of idealistic politicians who strive to create this Potamkin Village with illegal constraints interactive media..Now for that beyotch hilary Clinton and that midget dick politician from Connecticut

    I am all for children not being able to purchase games but to tell a company you would sue them if they carried a particular game is asinine and a bit over reaching of your media/mass appealing power…

    Yes…not a very climatic closing…but who says it is over?

    Do we want T2 / R* to waste time with this guy or do we want the whole industry to lay waste to this guy in a line of Roche and Beau(sic)?

    That is the climatic end I want…An industry unified in kicking the politickers in the nuts one by one when they treat this industry any different than Hollywood’s iindustry

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    Richard Parkin says:

    On a related note, how come Gamepolitics haven’t sued Mr. Thompson for libel against them? Even if he has retracted his statement, the offense still stands as a criminal violation.

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    […] In fact, that ability to create a stink where there was not a stink is the subject of item two of this Jack Thompson Roundup.  I believe that I had previously posted about Take Two’s lawsuit seeking to enjoin Thompson from attempting to block the launch of Manhunt 2 and GTA IV.  Well, on April 19, a settlement was announced.  The easy version of this story is that Thompson gave Take Two exactly what it wanted.  Here is the salient info from the Gamasutra article: Bringing the suit to a close, GamePolitics is reporting that the two parties have settled, with Thompson agreeing that he will not bring suit or threaten to restrict sales or distribution of any Take-Two game, or any of its subsidiaries. […]

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    […] Constantly at the risk of being disbarred (and occasionally even jailed) and wandering from town to town like a latter-day Harold Hill, trying to sucker whatever foolhardy and headline-seeking politicians and soccer moms he can to into join his ill-fated cause, Thompson’s relevance is over. He has nothing new to say, and as the evidence mounts against his arguments, he’s even been forced to stop doing what’s made him “famous” with his greatest foe. […]

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    Chuma ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Wow. That is a HUGE climbdown. Seriously, Jack must have been very scared of either the contempt of court charge ruining his career/life or the court case against him costing him a huge amount of cash.

    Does this extend to making accusations on internet sites and TV stations though is the question? If so, this could be the beginning of the end for him. Only think he has to look forward to now is appearances on Fox “News” as a so-called expert making outrageous claims that prove unsubstantiated.

    Great News! Thanks Dennis :)

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    Diceman says:

    Or more to the saying T2 tucked their tails between their legs instead of going for the jugular like they should have done to begin with.boring.

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    DoggySpew ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Take Two practically shutted Thompson up. This means he can’t go on rampaging directly against Take Two. This is good, because whatever happens in real life, Thompson can’t sue Take Two.

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    Al Wesker says:

    Once it was his own neck, Thompson went for the easy way out. I think this is a very satisfactory outcome for T2. Congratulations, T2. As for Thompson… hey, a large part of his “crusade” has been shut down; if it means the man himself doesn’t suffer, who cares? I’m not out for blood here, just for game companies to be left alone.

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    nightwng2000 ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    While it seems like a reasonable outcome, I really don’t see John Bruce as being capable of living up to his word. Evein if it’s an agreement with the court.

    And while the Contempt of Court charges have been dropped, he is still facing the Bar complaints. So this is not the end of the matter.

    NW2K Software

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    Terminator44 says:

    Honestly guys, what are the odds that Jack could have gone to jail over this if it continued? Not very good. And even if they did, it would only be shortly, and as soon as he gets out he’ll say it was a setup and continue crusading against T2. Now, he at least can’t use lawsuits to try that Bully BS again. This settlement was one of the best ways this could have ended. Neither side needed a messy court battle.

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    Yuki says:

    While I normally want blood, I’ll take this, as it starts the process I wanted. Thompson shuts his face, take two can go about it’s bussiness and if he ever fucks up again, they own his ass.

    How can I complain?

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    Gabriel Celesta ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Poor Jack. The man who declared, “I’m out to shut down Rockstar!”

    So much for that.

    But I wonder how he’s doing with the Florida Bar?

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    aniki21 ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    So now JBT’s got to find another company to rail on.

    I’m also disappointed that T2 didn’t follow through. It would have been nice to have a court case against JBT that might give major news outlets cause to ignore the guy, rather than giving him airtime.

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    Chuma ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    JC: Read the settlement again. He can criticize content, not who the games are sold to as that would imply wrong-doing. This effectively removes his position of “for the children” unless he wants to go back to court. It will just mean his actual position of hating games no matter who plays them is more obvious and what we have seen every time there is a school shooting.

    That is Jacks position. It is nice to see people taking him to task over it too though and pointing out the inaccuracies, assumptions and the leaps in logic.

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    Mnementh2230 ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    T2 got exactly what they wanted while avoiding large legal costs and a protracted legal battle with no gaurentee of success.

    I’m with you guys, I wanted to see Jacko behind bars for the contempt charge, but this settlement was exactly what T2 wanted in the first place, with less hassle than they bargained for initially. Good show, T2 leadership & lawyers – way to be the bigger man! :)

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    JC says:

    Sadly, this does nothing for the future. It says he can still criticize content. That means we’ll hear about his usual “for the children” BS that he puts on as always and keep trying to get on the news about how these games are bad for children and such.
    He can also still persuade states to waste their funding on trying to pass video game legislation. He can still do everything he’s been doing the past few years w/o worry.
    This is a huge disappointment. I’d rather see him pay for some of the money he’s convinced other states to pay for.

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    Shoehorn O'Plenty ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    As much as I would have liked to have seen this ridiculous and spiteful little man jailed, I think that this is an ok outcome. Hopefully it will have put him in his place. Take Two quietly sat back and defended themselves every time he would launch another lawsuit, but this time they fought back and showed him that they are not monsters as he believes, but a legitimate organisation with the power of the law and the constitution on their side.

    This is like a mosquito on the arm of a person, the person raises their hand to swat it, but lets it fly away just in time. The mosquito (if it’s smart) knows not to go and bother the giant that nearly destroyed it again.

    Perhaps it will make him see them as more reasonable, they could have caused irreperable damage to his career (well, less than he has done on his own), but decided not to, as all they want is to be free to create and distribute their games without things getting nasty.

    As far as I know, there is still the matter of 2 other complaints against him (the one about 5 counts of unprofessional behaviour, and the complaint by the “Bully” judge.). These complaints are entirely due to his un-professional behaviour and he deserves the consequences, but I believe Take Two definitely came out of this looking better for not chasing him down.

    It may be the new management installed after the shareholders had enough that had something to do with it. Faced with trying to rebuild a company’s tarnished reputation, it looks better to say “Now go away and leave us alone” then it would be to have tried to push for disbarrment. All Thompson would have to do then is cry and spread the story how this heartless corporation took his means of support away from him to make them look bad.

    “They took his means of support away? You mean they kidnapped his wife?” BA-DUM-PSSH :)

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    E. Zachary Knight ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    For those of you who would have taken JT to court, have fun for the next 3 to 6 months fighting him. THat is what would have happened and T2 has better things to do.

    I like the outcome, because it proves that JT was guilty.

    There are two reasons that people settle disputes out of court. One, they know that no matter how innocent they are they cannot afford the costs of battling it in court so they cut there losses and settle. Two, they know they are guilty and know that they can avoid a much larger penalty by settling out of court.

    JT falls under number two. He was guilty and knew that if he went to court, he would have to pay large amounts of money to T2 and he could possibly go to jail. So he decided to voluntarily shut up for the time being. So I am glad, because now he cannot go and sue T2 whenever he wants, but if in the off chance that someone hires hm for a lawsuit against T2 he can accept. So he will never be in another lawsuit against T2.

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    BearDogg-X says:

    The WWE settled its lawsuit with the PTC when it became clear that the WWE would win.

    It’s a starting point, as this settlement is, in effect, a contract, meaning that if Jacky Boy violates the settlement, Take-Two can take him back to court.

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    MaskedPixelante ( User Karma: -1 ) says:

    I don’t think we’ve seen the last of Jack ragging on Take Two. Even if it’s now going to get him jailed for him to do so, he’s on a mission from God, so he’ll just keep going and going and going, and besides, when has the LAW ever stopped Jack, hmm? Remember, he thinks he’s above the law.

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    Wolf ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Shame they didn’t go through with it. But, on the other hand, this is something of a good sign. Because now we know of something to use against him, that could actually work.

    Basically, we found what could potentially be an Achilles heel. Well, that’s my opinion on it.

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    Salen says:

    Well, its interesting to see how JT’s backing off from his usual rhetoric and bravado. Usually he’s always amping on about how TT is bad and that he’s gunna stop them and things and well, all the usual stuff he says. Obviously though he decided to back off instead of sticking to his guns, which is probably the first smart thing he’s done in a while. It also shows the fact that JT has no problem letting others take the judicial hits like Louisiana but won’t stick his neck out once its really on the line.

    And as a side note… you mean Gamepolitics isn’t part of a grand video game conspiracy of racketeering? Awww.

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    Kharne ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    I like this outcome.

    Right now, Jack has a choice on his hands: He can either surrender his crusade against T2 to keep his job, thus rendering all of his previous effort wasted. Or he can keep going, but very likely loose his job in the process. He can’t have both, and since he needs both for his precious crusade, either path he takes ultimately ends with him the looser.

    Trapped in a situation of despair, with no way out save to choose how you want to destroy yourself. Welcome to hell, Jack.

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    Mark Standridge ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    I’m in the camp that views this as not only a great settlement on T2’s part, but a great victory over Laddy Jack and his bag of ad terrorem litigation tactics. First and foremost, this is the remedy T2 wanted: to enjoin Jack’s ability to bring direct suits against the company in the name of himself, a State (Florida), or any other entity that would impinge on the release of GTA IV, Manhunt 2, etc. It also (theoretically) stops the flood of vitriolic letters–sorry, “Press Releases”–going directly to Take-Two management (I guess with Paul Eibeler out of the picture, Jack’s just not in the mood anymore). The whole contempt issue is minor to T2 (honestly, I sincerely doubt Laddy Jack was ever in much danger of going to jail–the far likelier outcome is that he’d have to pay a fine and probably get yet another notch on his ethics record), but nonetheless important to JT (because, after all, he COULD have gone to jail, had to pay a hefty fine, and/or take a hit to his record that would’ve provided great fodder for the still-in-process Bar cases against him). Plus, in the event of Take Two’s (likely) victory against him at trial, T2 could ding him for both costs and attorney’s fees–and as you can imagine, that ain’t cheap.

    My concern is this: Jack might, at some point later down the line, break this contract (which, after all, is what a settlement agreement really is), continue his verbal and written assaults on T2’s ability to release its products, and then claim that this contract is void for public policy, as it impinges on his personal First Amendment rights and his right to petition the government for a redress of grievances. He tried a similar tactic in one of his many cases against Norm Kent, Beasley Broadcasting, and the rest of the radio folk with whom he’s constantly sparred. There was some settlement agreement in place that said something to the effect of Jack cannot complain to law enforcement about these guys’ on-air shenanigans (I can’t remember off the top of my head; I’ll look it up later). In one of his more recent suits, he claimed that this agreement was void as against public policy because he couldn’t engage in a citizens’ duty of reporting crimes (or some other BS).

    That being said, I think Jack realizes that he’s got a couple of bigger fish to fry (or rather, that he’s about to BE fried by much bigger fish): obviously, he’s got two rather nasty Bar cases for which he needs to button down (as can be seen from the Florida Supreme Court’s docket in Case No. SC07-80), and also, he and his lil’ team are facing a massive dismissal hearing in the Posey case here in Albuquerque in June. In sum, great day for T2, not so much for Laddy Jack (especially after Chris Matthews basically handed Jack his *ss, much in the same way as ABC’s guy did in that little Nightline piece a while back).

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    ~the1jeffy says:

    E. Zachary Knight

    No, this settlement does NOT prove jack guilty. In fact, there is a section that specifically exhonorates both parties of guilt.

    At a first reading, this is a somewhat crushing defeat for JT, and I have to wonder why he signed it. Perhaps the fear of prison was enough for him to think straight?

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    duncan_922 ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    He will never live up to the agreement. Jack Thompson is above the law, always remember that! And now that he has to show restraint against one of his favorite targets, he’ll either brake the agreement or pop a gasket! And let’s not forget… There is a very good chance he’ll be disbarred anyway.

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    Awol ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    “T2 has also agreed to drop the Bully contempt of court matter.”

    How is this possible…. isn’t the contempt charge from the court not T2? Ok I am missing something here… Jack didn’t something wrong in court and the judge held him in contempt but T2 has the right to drop that?

    Can someone in the law field please fill me in on what I am missing.

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    Fojar says:

    This may be jumping the gun, but from what I can see from this settlement…

    The game industry won. That’s right Jack, we won. There’s no shame in losing at something, alright? Take it like a man.

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    jakethe8lf ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Thier games might be violent but you can’t argue they aren’t caring/thoughtful/fair.

    It was a rather interesting compromise.

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    Jabrwock ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    I really can’t see him actually following this settlement. He’s violated Judge’s orders in the past when it suits his agenda.

    I wonder if there’s any penalties attached to violating the settlement? I haven’t read through all the legalese yet.

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    Jabrwock ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Oooh, nice, if JT breaks the agreement, T2 gets to sue for injunctive relief, and is entitled to JT paying their legal fees.


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    Majestic_12_x ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Di anyone see the interview between Thompson and Chris Matthews of Hardball? Thompson repeatedly stated that he “knew” that Hui had CS on his computer and that his roommate was lying about Hui’s computer usage. Thompson also stated that there is no way that an average human being can fire a round into someone else without increasing their heartrate, unless they play video games.

    Who is he to know how fast anyone’s heart is beating? Was he following Hui with a freaking stethoscope? Truth is, motive and return fire would more than likely account for an increase in heartrate, not the act of killing others with impunity. The problem lies in the act of firing a gun. It’s simply point and pull trigger. That’s what allowed people to increase efficieny over previous weapons. Heartrate increase has nothing to do with the mind and motive of a depraved individual who would commite these type of crimes.

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    Dan says:

    Guys, guys…this is perfect. This essentially shuts Thompson up outside of his legal right to free speech. Basically, he’s going to have to find somebody else to annoy and get media attention for his ego.

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    Phantom says:

    The unfortunate side effect of this agreement is that it doesn’t do much to hinder Thompson from pursuing his litigation. He can still represent his clients, who he actively solicits. I wouldn’t be surprised at all to see him try to take on Sierra in the wake of the VT shootings.

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    Volcanman says:

    Who wants to bet that Jacky Boy will throw out some law suit against the companies that have T2 and Rockstar’s games on them? Get to the company without getting to the company, more or less.

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    Jabrwock ( User Karma: 0 ) says:


    I believe he’s still under investigation, including for the complaint from the judge that presided over the original contempt charge before he reclused himself.

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    Hackangel ( User Karma: 0 ) says:


    No, it’s T2’s lawyers that filed the court contempt so they are free to drop it if they wish so. However the judge in the Bully case filed a bar complaint toward Jack Thompson. These are two different but I guess you could say related things.

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    Carbonatedgravy says:

    I think this is potentially great news, but by the terms of the agreement it looks like Thompson could still orchestrate a lawsuit as long as he’s pulling the strings of some other lawyer or organization. He’s just not allowed to be the guy filing the lawsuit.

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    Black Manta ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    @ Phantom

    He can try all he likes. He’s still deprived of his favorite target. With GTA he could easily use its lurid depictions of violence and mayhem and point to it as a shorthand representation of violence in all video games. Take 2 and Rockstar would also be hard-pressed to defend their games as “artistic expression” in the face of such criticism (though the silence of the earlier management certainly didn’t help either and in fact made it all the more easier for JT).

    As much as he may want to use Counterstrike now, he’ll have an even harder time trying to make as convincing an argument with it, as its depiction of violence is far less sensationalistic. Also, Sierra/Vivendi/Valve will probably be a lot more proactive and vocal in countering than Rockstand and Take 2 were.

    As for soliciting his clients, I’m sure most of the VT students are aware of him. Also Gov. Kaine said in reference to people like JT that they’d be advised to take whatever little crusades they happen to be on for their personal gain elsewhere. And hopefully if he even dares try to approach the victims’ families, they’ll take that advice to heart and tell JT to take his class-action lawsuits and shove them up his ass.

    The fact that major news outlets haven taken him less seriously in the wake of this and that he didn’t appear nearly as much as he did when Columbine happened is a clear indication his credibility is slipping. And this latest announcement has severely crippled his crusade as well. The dismissal of the Cody Posey case and his eventual (I hope) disbarment will be the final nails in his coffin.

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    Getwellgamers ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    Honestly this seems like a feint from Take-Two. They know Jacky-boy can’t keep his stupid trap shut, so they’re just doing this so that the next time he chases this articular ambulance, not only will he be in trouble for what he does, but they’ll be able to say “…AND you violated the settlement, which means we can go after you again with double.”

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    bladow says:

    “…nor is he prevented from acting as counsel in lawsuits brought against Take Two by other parties.”

    This part seems like a loophole he can exploit. Can’t he just convince someone else to bring the lawsuits and then he can attack T2 as counsel to the suing party? Finding some like-minded religious imperialist crusader shouldn’t be hard. We haven’t seen the last of him from a legal standpoint much less from a critical standpoint. T2 might have lost an opportunity to put this guy behind bars for awhile, while only achieving modest gains.

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    Dog_Welder ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    This is a win for Take 2. They got what they wanted (aside from legal fees to be paid by Thompson) without having to throw down in court over the next several months.

    Jack will be claiming a massive victory in 3…2…1…

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    AJ says:

    @ Majestic_12_x

    “Who is he to know how fast anyone’s heart is beating? Was he following Hui with a freaking stethoscope?”

    Does jack thompson even have a heart to compare it to? I thought that an lived out of pure spite. To think he would even have a something as human as a heart….

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    Mike0 says:

    Im happy for JT that he won’t go to jail. He is not the devil. He just thinks he is doing the right thing. Its a win-win situation between JT and Rockstar. Now we can get on to expecting the greatest game in the world : GTA IV.

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    GoodRobotUs ( User Karma: 0 ) says:


    He’d have to be very careful with encouraging other people to start lawsuits against Take Two, I think it would be down to Judges discretion. Oddly enough, I seem to recall that Bar rules state that, since he only has a State License, not a Federal one, his ‘hard selling’ by constantly Emailing and faxing adverts for his sideline, is actually in violation of the Bar terms anyway, but it’s a minor infringement, and I think they have bigger fish to fry as far as JBT is concerned. However, if he starts to try and solicit work, rather than being approached by the parties, I doubt the Judge would take a positive view of it.

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    Ace of Sevens ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    T2 would have gained nothing from putting him in jail. They just wanted him to quit harassing them. This is a very good outcome as it means they don’thave to spend any more time in court. He still has a pending bar complaint from the judge and if he starts harassing another publisher, basically the same thing will happen that happened here.

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    Dan says:

    Boy, it didn’t take Jackie Boy long. His new target? Counter-Strike. Who he thinks is the publisher?


    I’m with Game/Life on this one. Jack, please sue Microsoft.

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    Father Time ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    @ Well at the very least Thompson can’t sue to get the games banned, unfortunately he can still use state legal systems, so we shall see what happens.

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    hilaryduffgta ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    well at least take two and rockstar wont have to deal with jack’s crap anymore (you know for someone who says all gamers are children he sure as hell does act like one)

    personally i wouldnt have dropped anything and i’d make sure he went down for his crap but at least its taken care of..

    ok im gonna go watch the jt video now

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    DenisN says:

    Once again Jack Thompson proves that he doesn’t quite know what he’s talking to, but with a bit more brain power he could.

    In the world of Jack Thompson Correlation = Causality no matter what factors might be involved. How does he have a liscence?

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    Jonathan ( User Karma: 0 ) says:

    I don’t think this is a loss in any way. They beat him, they stopped him, they forced him to shut up.

    Jack Thompson tries this shit on other companies they can do the same.

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    […] Take Two Defeats Jack Thompson In Court No, this isn’t part two of the Virginia Tech shootings story, consider it to be more of an intermission from all the Jackass Thompson hate. Instead, we get to celebrate over finally having cold, hard evidence that we won’t hear from him as much in the future. He tried to tackle Rockstar’s gay-kissing Bully game, then moved his target to Grand Theft Auto IV, and then frantically tried to find people who would still listen to him overseas on his march to prevent Manhunt 2. Luckily, Take Two Interactive filed for the equivalent of a restraining order, and with this settlement, we can finally game in peace for at least a short while. Thompson has agreed that he:will not sue or threaten to sue to block sale or distribution of any game published by Take Two or its subsidiaries (i.e., Rockstar)will not communicate to Take Two or anyone doing business with T2 (like, say Wal-Mart) any accusation that the company committed any wrongdoing by selling its games. Thompson is not restricted from criticizing the content of T2 games, nor is he prevented from acting as counsel in lawsuits brought against Take Two by other partieswill make any future contacts with T2 through its attorneysIn return, Take Two dismissed their counterclaim and dropped the contempt of court charge on Jack Thompson. Basically, they put out a raccoon trap, caught the son of a bitch, and are releasing him into the wild, hoping he will never return. It’s too bad they don’t make bigger mouse traps. He’s reached just about every news channel in the past and proven his ignorance almost every time, it shouldn’t be long until he’s finally blackballed by all media outlets. (Further reading on Jack Thompson this week: Part One and Part Two.) __________________ Thanks, Smokey_Vol I like popcorn.. […]

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    David says:

    Well it just shows that Take 2 are way more human and benevolant to that Jack guy. Even though he brought me more to commit murder than manhunt or other games did he was funny. So long as he tries to sue someone else soon and gets serious jailtime ill be happy

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