A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words...

October 27, 2008 -

From the website of the Florida Bar...


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Two words.

 

GRAND CROSS!!!

 

Sorry, I had to say that. It's one of the greatest attacks in Castlevania. Plus, it looks like Jack is down.

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I AM DOOMED TO HAUNT JACK THOMPSON'S DREAMS UNTIL HIS CRUSADE AGAINST VIDEO GAMES ENDS.

 



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I AM DOOMED TO HAUNT JACK THOMPSON'S DREAMS UNTIL HIS CRUSADE AGAINST VIDEO GAMES ENDS.

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Beautiful! Simply beautiful!

I wonder if Jackhole still thinks he's got "them" right where he wants "them".

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Well, that's just a damn shame...

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It is wonderful when you realize that the beast is declawed.

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I searched Thompson under Florida bar and the only other person that came up who was disbarred was Ruben Torrence Thompson, and Ruben only had to pay $1,250 for his fine, while Thompson had to pay $43,675.35.

Very little information on Ruben, although he was disbarred around a year ago and was in the same circuit as Thompson.

Oh and it won't give me all of the results because it says it's over 100.

And there was an actual Jack E. Thompson, (also from Miami) but he's dead.

After further searching they bring up a Marie Gilberte Thompson who was disbarred, also from Miami and she also only had to pay $1,250.

Oh and it lists Thompson as living in Coral Gables, not Miami.

Finally for due diligence I looked up the Johns who were disbarred in Coral Gables, apparently there was one by the name of John Lawrence Hartnett who was apparently disbarred over 10 years ago (well it doesn't have anything under 10 year discipline history).

Searches of Jack and Thompson for coral gables didn't net me any other disbarred cases.

Sorry I had some fun fooling around with it.

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Inflation is a bitch!

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There's not much practical difference between Coral Gables and Miami. For example, the University of Miami is located in . . . Coral Gables.

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And the Supreme Court never "fines" a disciplined attorney. The $43K is actually the costs of prosecuting the disciplinary proceeding.

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I just can't wait for these stories to all be finally over with, so we can start saying 'Jack who?' :P

I mean sure, I'll still read em and comment on em, but won't it get kinda boring gloating like this after a while?

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Watching Jack slow-roast himself on a spit was a lot more entertaining to me than the ability to put a fork in him and declare, "He's done" will ever be. Actually, it's more than a bit disappointing that I'll no longer be able to hear and smell the sizzle and crackle of his fat dripping into the hot coals. Sometimes the journey's where the fun is, rather than arriving at the destination.  

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You dream about this day for so long, but when it finally comes....*sniff*

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Such a lovely picture, but I'll stick to the picture of my cat as my wallpaper.

 

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Wow, And i'd expected that old hypocrite to come on here right now and troll us, With over 100+, Not one has JT giving us his "words of wisdom".

Is he still doing "legal" stuff like he claims to be doing.

Magic Taco

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Yeah, honestly I'd be curious to hear his take on his own disbarrment. But I'm sure it would just end up being something along the lines of "You haven't seen the last of me, you pesky kids!" (except with swearing and poor grammar/spelling).

Wait, let me rephrase that: I would be curious to hear his take on the recent events were he able to present it in a sane, logical, calm manner. Maybe admitting some sort of fault, rather than blaming the "massive video game conspiracy targeting him". But if he were able to do that, I suppose he wouldn't be in this situation in the first place, now would he?

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I'm sure he is not here because he is busy having everyone right where he wants them.

 

. . Wisdom begins in wonder. - Socrates . .

. . Wisdom begins in wonder. - Socrates . .

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*sniff sinff* It-It's so...beautiful...I think I might cry.

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I hoave one of jack thompsons favorite words that he often says towards people that own him.

 

Jack Thompson: "You're an idiot!"

Jack Thompson2: "Are you on drugs or something?"

Jack Thompson3: "Check your meds moron."

If anyone can come of with more quotes let us know. :)

Magic Taco

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Your frontal lobes are fried.

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Their falling into my trap. (or something to that effect just before he fails and has a tantrum)

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Somebody needs to make like a virtual museum highlighting Jack Thompson's career and his descent to madness and disbarrment, maybe dig up some old Jack Thompson ravings and what not.

Heck I'd help out if you want me to.

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---------------------------------------------------- Debates are like merry go rounds. Two people take their positions then they go through the same points over and over and over again. Then when it's over they have the same positions they started in.

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Guess who has a new desktop wallpaper....This guy :D

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I tried to make it my destrop wallpaper but it became way too stretched.

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---------------------------------------------------- Debates are like merry go rounds. Two people take their positions then they go through the same points over and over and over again. Then when it's over they have the same positions they started in.

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Jack: Mr. Caine, you have to help me. Those bastard gamers want to kill me...

Horatio Caine: I´m afraid I can´t, Mr. Thompson... you´ll see, this is GAME OVER for you... (wears his shades)

CSI Miami opening: YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHH!!!

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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA Not even Horatio Caine Super Cop can save his ass.

When Life gives you lemons, you find a new god.

When Life gives you lemons, you find a new god.

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I was waiting for someone to do a CSI Miami on the troll.... not even Magic Sunglasses and his Pistol of Doom can save JT from his fate.

When Life gives you lemons, you find a new god.

When Life gives you lemons, you find a new god.

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I'm getting that put on a t-shirt.

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Can we PLEASE stop with the Jack Thompson stories now?  He will have the black cloud and disgrace of this disbarment following him for the rest of his career.  His useless reputation is damaged beyond repair.  Who cares if he wrote an email or called somebody?  He is just some unemployed evangelist bum. 

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I sympathize Zero.  I'm inclined to think we either need to stop or start fresh.  Forgive him and move on.  Problem is, if we give him a chance at a fresh start, wipe the slate clean, I suspect it won't be long before he throws something else on it.  (shrug)  Besides, it's an ECA site, and what's the company line, "don't underestimate him? he's still dangerous?".  I don't know, I'm beginning to wonder if he was ever really dangerous.  Maybe back in the 80's.  Must've snapped somewhere since.

 

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I sympathize Zero.  I'm inclined to think we either need to stop or start fresh.  Forgive him and move on.  Problem is, if we give him a chance at a fresh start, wipe the slate clean, I suspect it won't be long before he throws something else on it.  (shrug)  Besides, it's an ECA site, and what's the company line, "don't underestimate him? he's still dangerous?".  I don't know, I'm beginning to wonder if he was ever really dangerous.  Maybe back in the 80's.  Must've snapped somewhere since.

 

Trust me, That JT is always going to be "dangerous" no matter what you try to do nicely for him, To him were "Drug induced/Game-addicted serial killer scum" And even if we did get an "im sorry", or if we gave him an "i forgive you", Possibly, He going to always knife people like us and others different than him in the back, And trust me, If he does come back (which i doubt, since again,im assuming he is in his wife's dining room on his laptop computer,Which he uses to retaliate in shitty comebacks.) We'll always have time to laugh at him and which him lie about calling sheriff this or obama/mccain that.

Im glad he's gone, i never believed a word he always said, Even a newscaster during MSNBC interview during the tragic VT shootings, Saw through thompson's curtain of lies.

Magic Taco

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Can't say I'm to surprised, after all the lies, insults, trash talk, everything, the appeal did not work.  You John Bruce Thompson (that is his full name, correct?) are a failure.

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One of the best parts, it doesn't matter if he uproots his family or justh ismelf and tries to register in another state. This will haunt him for the rest of his life.

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Good job Florida this almost makes up for what you did during a certain presidential election. You know the one I mean.

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LOL Yeah, and quit it with the old people! Comedians have been beating that dead horse for years!

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Suuuuuuuuuure.

While I take no pleasure in

While I take no pleasure in knowing that a man has run his career into the ground due to disgraceful behaviour, I do relish the way that the events of the last few days have completely negated some of Thompson's more ignorant and cocky claims.

No longer can he sign off saying "Attorney and you're not" and longer can he claim to be in continuous good standing with the bar. Small points, but I love seeing pompous arrogant people brought down, especially dishonest liars like Thompson.

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LaRouche has been surprisingly quiet ever since the Wall Street meltdown to boot. You don't think he's...

An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.

An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.

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Wonderful!

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I've been aware of JT since he 2LC fiasco.  I was too young to really get it, but I remember the Howard Stern issue next.  I was old enough to grasp the A) Free Speech was the root issue, and B) Howard Stern was happy to have JT facilitating his move to a paid format.  Very interesting how JT's hostility and tactics galvanized people to support Stern, even those who dislike his show (me).  Back then, video games were only tiny blip on JT's radar.

I think I realized how good Jack was for gamers when he went a few rounds with P-A and got a black eye because of Mike/Jerry's enormous generosity.  Despite all his antics, imagine what a legally savvy and professional opponent could have done in this political, "Save the Childrens!" atmosphere. 

Since JT's 14+ user names on the GP livejournal expedited (forced) a move to a less open format, I've avoided commenting on JT threads much.  I've felt that feeding the troll only gratified him.  I understand why GP covered him so deeply, but I can't say I've agreed with GP's every story.  The recap of the bar trial was some of the best stories I've read during my 2 years as a GP reader/commentor/2-time-book-reviewer.  Other stories seemed akin to flame-baiting, trying to get him to act out in some way.  I'm not going to go into specifics, because overall, I'm still a loyal GPer and don't want to get into it now that it's over and done with.

I think a large portion of this jubilation over JT's professional demise is indictative of the ignorance that pervades the internet.  Even in this thread we have people saying, "I didn't know much about him, but boy am I happy to see him gone!"  It's blatant scapegoating.  We've demonized him beyond anything he's actually done.  He deserves what he got from the FlaBar.  He doesn't deserve the villanous pedestal we gamers have put him on.  Take a step back, disengage your emotions, engage brain.  Thanks.

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"We've demonized him beyond anything he's actually done.  He deserves what he got from the FlaBar.  He doesn't deserve the villanous pedestal we gamers have put him on.  Take a step back, disengage your emotions, engage brain.  Thanks."

Although I 100% agree that the mindless scapegoating should stop, I have to say I disagree with your other statements, he deserves every bit of demonizing he gets. I am not an advocate of insulting people, and I even AGREE with Jack that minors should NOT be sold mature rated video games, but Jack Thompson is a lunatic who will never see the error of his ways and believes all should follow his moral code.

When you are the one being bombarded with daily hate mail, and he starts emailing your work colleagues and friends, telling them how you advocate violence against children, and you have to defend your job and spend your days explaining that this man is crazy and then to convince people a lawyer could act this way etc, then you can stand there and tell everyone that Jack Thompson doesn't deserve what he gets.

He deserves a lot more than what the Florida bar can give him, I can tell you that. But I would gladly give him a pat on the shoulder and a friendly hand shake if he could admit his mistakes, realize for once his opinion is not lore and if he wanted to go the extra mile he could even appologize, but he never will, and he will never understand why he should. And THAT is why he does not deserve any kind of sympathy; whether or not he has some kind of mental instability, I never did see the results of his psych eval, is a moot point, because this is the way he chooses to be.

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If those things happened to you, you would have had a part in his disbarrment.  If not, my point still holds.

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one does not need to be the victim of a murderer to condemn murder.

thusly, we do not need to have been victims of Thompson to sympathize with his victims and KNOW that he was wrong in all of his actions.

Thompson believes the ends justify the means, he is wrong.  Were he not a lawyer when he committed his harrassment, he would've been arrested.  He hid behind that and when it didn't work, he hid behind faith to justify the wrong he did.

for all of this, he deserves no sympathy.

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Apples and Oranges. 

I certainly don't have a problem with roundly disagreeing with his methods, tactics, and abuses of power.  But really, repeatedly crowing about JT getting his just desserts is plain silly.  This isn't a victory per se, it's more of an inevitability.  It is a testament to our overly bureaucratic judicial system that he kept his tenure as long as he did. 

I admit to a certain relief that his "expert status" has been superficially revoked.  It will be terribly difficult to justify putting a disbarred lawyer in the spotlight.  This is a good thing, don't get me wrong.

But worse things can happen to gamers than having a vitriolic lawyer stumping about blogs causing mods to work double time.  His real world effects were tapering off as his abrasive manner and half-truths (outright lies would be arguable) were catching up with him. 

Seriously, the only reason JT was at all effective was because the ESA PR machine left him be the only voice out there.  His message echoes the gamer stereotype and plays off of pundits like Grossman's work, who take advantage of the unfamiliarity to new media to create the bias we now have pervading the MSM.  The ESA let gamers do the work for them, and we did.  Penny-Arcade pwned him hard, and coups like Flowers for Jack were an interesting grassroots effort to open a dialgoue.  He dug his own career's grave, but he was allowed to speak unopposed for far far too long.

Now let's work to clean up his mess, and keep gamer's simple freedoms unfettered.

Who do you thnk is the next #1 ant-video game activist, now that JT has been de-fanged?

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Hopefully it won't be someone as determined as Jack was.

My guess though is that once the election calms down Hillary Clinton might jump on the bandwagon to get some attention she so desperately craves. Hell we may even see a Christmas warning to parents courtesy of her and her clowns.

I hope we don't have many menaces though.

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It's more like 14++++++++++++++++++++++++

I think it's over 50.

 

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+5 for here.

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What are the five? I only remember two of them, dunno if I just missed them or if some were subtle enough changes that I didn't regeister them as different.

 

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He doesn't deserve any sort of pedestal, but he is a villain, if not anything resembling an effective villain.

We're not breathing a sigh of relief at his disbarment because, as you and others have pointed out, he's never been successful in any of his actions against video games.  We are pleased that finally people in authority have taken notice of his actions and conduct as a professional, and taken the proper disciplinary steps.

We're happy because JT's previous mainstream popularity (being called onto mainstream TV shows, allowed on to cases, allowed to help draft bills against video games, etc) is indicitive of the ignorance that pervades mainstream media and politics.  "I don't know much about video games, but they are obviously the cause of misbehavior and violence in children" is often the attitude taken, an attitude supported when people like JT are put up on a pedestal of legitimacy.  That was his threat.  Not as a legal entity, but as an entity of propoganda spreading ignorant opposition to, and blame of, video games.

With this disbarment that fake legitimacy has been stripped away to reveal that nothing of actual substance is there.  His rants are no longer made credible by his status as an attorney.  And our jubilation as gamers at his professional demise is that now we're not the only ones that know this.

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I recognize the validity of your redirect, but we are the only ones that know this.  Outside of gamer press, this is nothing.  No respected journalist went to him as an expert for years, and his disbarrment isn't reported elsewhere.

JT himself made certain he wouldn't be an advisor on Bills when he cost the LA taxpayers $500k.  Disbarrment is just icing on the cake, as no lawmaker with a good research team would partner with him.  Also, don't expect laws limiting video games to disappear.  The US is on the verge of electing a President that openly frowns on videogames with a Democrat congressional supermajority.  Anti-video games laws have historically originated from Democrats.  I fully expect a law in the next year that seriously enfringes on the rights (1st and 14th Amendments) of parents and video game producers to sweep through Congress and get signed the next day.  It's a politically safe issue with nothing to stop it's passage, not even flimsy party politics.

We have real issues (internet neutrality, restriction of civil liberties by the Federal gov, the DMCA, etc.) facing us as gamers, and JT hasn't been a legitimate presence in the 'game' for a long time.

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I didn't expect the story to show up on CNN or anything, and I certainly didn't expect the threat to games and freedom of expression to go away with his disbarrment.  All I meant is that our pleasure at this event stemmed from the fact that now it is 'official' that he is not a lawyer, and that those who do shallow rather than throrough research will (should) have their search results go from turning up 'Jack Thompson is a lawyer' to 'Jack Thompson is not a lawyer'.  Before he was bad press and a source of fear mongering made (somewhat) credible by his status.  Now he is not.

This was less a victory against a real threat to the gaming industry than just a really fun opportunity to watch a very vocal, annoying and arrogant person have all their lies, threats, bragging and boasting collapse beneath them.

But you are absolutely right, real threats are still out there.  People who are actually good at working with the legal process and have no qualms about stepping on constitutional rights out of an uninformed and knee-jerk desire to 'protect the childrens'.

 
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