PUBLIC VIDEOS ON VA TECH SHOOTING
Fri Apr 20, 2007 02:40
 

 
PUBLIC VIDEOS ON VA TECH SHOOTING
(last picture is most important!)

Daily Motion:
http://www.dailymotion.com/apfnorg/video/x1rhs4_va-tech-shooting/1

The same is being uploaded now on Google video.

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"Several Korean youths who knew Cho Seung Hui from his high school days said he was a fan of violent video games, particularly a game called "Counterstrike," a hugely popular online game in which players join terrorism or counterterrorism groups and try to shoot each other using all types of guns," reports Newsmax citing the Washington Post.

Jack Thompson, Esq. on MSNBC TODAY SAID THAT
CHO WAS AN EXPERT ON COUNTER-STRIKE


COUNTER-STRIKE (TM) is the #1 online action game in the world. After a one-year public Beta, Counter-Strike was commercially released in Fall 2000. It has gone on to sell over 1.5 million copies worldwide, been named Game of the Year by several gaming publications, and is the headliner at competitive gaming tournaments around the world.

Counter-Strike: Condition Zero (TM) advances this award-winning series by introducing objective based single-player action, the official CS bot, and special enhancements for online play. CS:CZ is a tactical action game that challenges you to compete with and against cunning computerized opponents in a Tour of Duty across the globe.

As a squad leader in an elite counter-terrorist operative, use new intel and weapon skills to complete an incredible collection of single-player missions. Lead your team in increasingly challenging scenarios -- from harsh jungle environments to severe arctic terrains, unforgiving deserts to dangerous international city streets. Rescue hostages. Escort VIPs to safety. Locate and defuse bombs. A collection of entirely new objectives challenge your ability to think quickly and strategically.

http://www.cs-conditionzero.com/overview.html
 

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