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Re: Grandmother Wins First Round in 'Grand Theft Auto' Suit
Posted by: Thomas Zambito 2006-10-27 13:06:44
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An 86-year-old Bronx, N.Y., grandmother won the first round of her battle to get back the $50 she shelled out for a computer video game that contained hidden sex scenes. Manhattan Federal Judge Shirley Wohl Kram Thursday turned back an attempt by the makers of the "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" game to limit the number of buyers who can join Florence Cohen in a pending class-action lawsuit.


Re: Grandmother Wins First Round in 'Grand Theft Auto' Suit
Posted by: hardcoregamer 2006-10-27 13:10:02 In reply to: Thomas Zambito
This is Stupid. It says right on the box that it is rated M for Mature. So maybe the Grandma has bad eye site. She still should not be able to sue because there are sex scenes in an M Rated game. What did she think was going to be in it? Smily faces and puppy dogs. Makes me mad. Grow a brain!
-hardcoregamer2000
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