Andrew Eisen: Guns Don’t Kill People, Licensed Guns in Video Games Do

On August 14, Connecticut Speaker of the House J. Brendan Sharkey wrote a letter to executives at Valve Software, Take-Two, the Entertainment Software Association, and Activision Blizzard asking them to stop licensing real guns from gun manufactures for popular first-person shooter franchises such as Call of Duty and Battlefield.

While it took a long time, Andrew Eisen has finally created a video response to the State lawmaker's request entitled "Guns Don't Kill People, Licensed Guns in Video Games Do."

You can check it out to your left, and if you'd like to refresh your memory on exactly what Sharkey said, you can read the letter here (PDF).

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