Out of Harm's Way
Jack Thompson eats giants for breakfast. Just ask media giant and shock-jock Howard Stern, who ranted on air about the "one lunatic lawyer" who got him kicked off the air. Jack, an outraged father and activist lawyer, is on a mission to protect children from the violent and obscene video games, music lyrics, shock jock radio shows, and television programs he says are creating a culture of violence and degradation. Going beyond outrage, Thompson chronicles his own spiritual journey from bystander to activist and offers the sociological, medical, scientific, and legal evidence that will motivate all Americans--especially parents--to get involved.
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I would not recommend this book. a good portion of the "facts" within are distorted or outright lies. Furthermore, not only has the author violated numerousaws and regulations governing court activities, he was disbarred for his crimes.
Review: Out of Harm's WayUser Review - Steve - Goodreads
Although he manages to make a few good, albeit extremely conservative, points, Jack Thompson's legal credibility is consistently undermined by his insistence on using Bible scripture and his self-described status as a "crusader" to support his decisions. Read full review
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