Chicago – For months, people have been saying that teenagers are running around Chicago And carjackers like this is a video game.
But now, local lawmakers are redoubled on this idea, saying that the video game “Grand Theft Auto”
Some carjacking suspects are not old enough to drive. On Monday, a 16-year-old man was charged. A few days ago, two 15-year-old teenagers were also arrested and charged.
Philanthropist Early Walker said that violent video games like GTA may affect their young minds.
Walker met with Illinois State Representative Marcus Evans in January and from there drafted a law amending the 2012 law that prohibits the sale of certain games (including GTA) to Illinois State children.
Different versions of GTA have been banned or reviewed in five different countries, but have never been banned or reviewed in the United States.
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Last Friday, a former policeman was hijacked in his driveway in the southern suburbs. Later, the car was found in Harvey, with a young suspect inside.
Retired police officer Vincent Sims said: “These people feel that they will back down right away, especially because they are teenagers.”
DePaul University psychology professor Leonard Jason (Leonard Jason) told Fox 32 that this game may be the cause of violence, but it is not the only factor.