Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

December 17, 2008 -

On Monday GamePolitics noted that a 17-year-old boy was on trial in an Ohio courtroom for shooting his parents after they banned him from playing Halo 3.

A local Ohio newspaper is now reporting that defense attorneys are basing Daniel Petric's defense on video game addiction. According to the Chronicle-Telegram:

“Danny was very mild and meek,” said his paternal grandfather, Michael Broeckel, who [testified] that Daniel was a normal teenager, albeit one addicted to video games.

Holly Petric, Daniel’s other sister, said her brother became obsessed with video games because of a back injury which... limited his physical activity... the infection was so severe that any extreme physical activity could have caused his spine to snap, leaving him paralyzed.

“He’d just play (video games) nonstop whenever he could,” Holly Petric said.

[Daniel's friend] Jon Johnson... said he and Daniel would play video games, particularly “Halo 3,” up to 18 hours a day.

Jon said that while he liked video games, Daniel was addicted, even going so far as to push his friends to play the games when they wanted to do something else.

The case is expected to wrap up today. The Cleveland Plain Dealer has additional coverage.

UPDATE: The Chronicle-Telegram reports that Petric's attorney argued this morning that the teen's supposed obsession with Halo 3 contributed to rendering him insane at the time of the shootings:

Daniel Petric’s attorney argued this morning that his client should be found not guilty by reason of insanity for the shooting death of his mother and wounding of his father last year in part because the 17-year-old was obsessed with the video game “Halo 3.”

 

James Kersey said Daniel, who is being tried as an adult, went looking for the sci-fi video game, not his father’s 9 mm handgun on Oct. 20, 2007. The boy’s parents, Sue and Mark Petric, had taken the game away from the boy less than a month before the shootings.


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Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

um am i missing something?

i thought initial reports said he hadnt even had chance to play halo 3, that hed asked his parents who said no he couldnt have it, bought it anyway, but then had it confiscated?

If he didnt play it.. how can he be addicted to playing it?

 

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

Reasons he shot his parents:

1. He was stuck in bed for a year.

2. His parents took away his only enterntainment

3. His friends pissed him off becuase they wanted to go play sports and he couldn't

4. He was already messed up

5. He lives in Ohio

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Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

Forgive me for this, but this whole far-left liberal movement of EVERYONE being victims of something, be it ADHD or temporary insanity, is the cause for this stupidity. This guy deserves to go to jail for what he did. YOU JUST DON'T SHOOT PEOPLE. For someone brought up in a religious family, I'm sure there was no misunderstanding about that part of society, but, of course, the "HURR GAMES MAKE KIND, GENTLE MEN INTO PSYCHOPATHIC MURDERERS " crowd gets more say.

I noticed someone up there who is Canadian and mentioned a transit strike. OCTranspo strike affecting you too? I literally can't get to work. I can just feel the symptoms of cabin fever setting in. Don't worry, I'm not going to kill anyone. I'll tell you though, watching the people across the street shovel their driveway everyday reminds me of the Greek story of Sisyphus; the guy who was doomed to spend all eternity pushing a rock up a hill, only to have it fall back down and he'd have to do it again. You shovel, snow falls/plow covers the entrance to your drive, you shovel again, etc.

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

Yeah, it must be those dirty liberals. It couldn't be defense lawyers doing what defense lawyers do, which often involves stretching the truth or flat out lying to save their client... Heavens to Betsy, what will those liberals think of next?!

It's a good thing we've got you around to call them on their misdeeds!

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

Traffic actually flows nicely when the weather's okay, like it is today.  Tomorrow's "perfect storm" forecast has me worried tho.  I live on the route that the number 7 normally uses, and the plows apparently use the same schedule whether the buses are striking or not, so my street will be nice and clear but there'll be a massive snow fortification blocking me by the time I get home (assuming someone doesn't rear-end me on the parkway.)

Actually, the whole thing reminds me of the contract negotiation minigame in ThemePark, where you have to get the union to shake hands before all the cookies on the table are eaten.  Seems like the city pulled their hand back just as they got down to the last bite.

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Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

First of all, it may be liberals who think that everyone is a victim, but by no means can the conservatives be excluded from the cuase of video game crusufiction. Fox News started the bandwagon of video game hate and has not passed up anything related to video games.

I agree that all this is stupid, he is clearly to blame for his own actions, but I believe your anger is misplaced at liberals when it should be directed toward the media in general.

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Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

I don't think an addiction to gaming or cabin fever should be too much of a factor in determining guilt or punishment.  He still picked up a gun and killed his parents.  It wasn't a freak accident it was him getting the gun and using it to kill his parents.  If he does have an 'addiction' to gaming or did infact suffer from what many know as cabin fever then that should be important in his treatment while he is in a correctional facility(unless death penalty applies which is an entirely different argument). 

People absolutely LOVE being the victim.  Once they attach addict to their name they suddenly play the victim roll easily.  Oddly enough people buy into this theory that the addict is the victim.  It takes a truely weak mind to play the victim card by using any kind of addiction as their defense.  Only in freakishly odd circumstances are addicts actually victims.  People have to start taking responsibility for their actions and also start expecting others to do the same.

Either way I still can't say that I should have too much of a say or too much of an opinion on the way the state of Ohio chooses to deal with murderers.  Maybe as an American citizen I have a little bit of a say but not really compared to a citizen of the state of Ohio.  If this were to happen in another country, I'd be a fool to have a strong opinion on the matter because it really wouldn't apply to my life at all.

I really dislike these people that advocate the idea that video games are truely addictive.  I don't hate them, but I do dislike them and their theories.  Sorry if that upsets you but their theories are so obviously flawed it becomes safe to assume they are either lacking intelligence, are being mislead or have malicious intent.  Under their theories anything can be addictive... Trouble is the ones I read on don't tend to support the theory that anything can be addicting.  Interesting enough many of these former 'addicts' get over their 'addiction' by turning to religion and getting very heavily involved in it.  Which is cool, if you want to spend your life dedicated to your religion of choice then more power to you.  But at the same time you're claiming video gaming is addictive because you want to play them for X amount of hours per week and it effects your actually life.  Couldn't you say the same thing about religion?  Reading?  History/Discovery channel?  Playing guitar?  Watching sports? Spending 80 hours a week on anything besides work will effect your career.  I'm not saying any of these things are bad... but at the same time you can use their same theories about video games and apply it to them just as easily.  The fact that people don't see this baffles me.

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

Wait, wait, wait....he went looking for the game found the gun instead, and then decided to shoot his parents because he was insane from playing Halo 3 nonstop?

Does anyone else find this argument idiotic, or am I interpreting this wrong?

 

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Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

That kid don't look too meek and mild. And no one considered that stress from a severe back injury could have driven him to the edge? Yeah? Anybody?


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Okay he was homebound.  How was he able to play Halo 3?  If he has a 360 and a friend came over, I'd understand, but eventually the father would have noticed and possibly kicked the friend out of the house for playing such a game in his household, though just an observation.

If the kid would play the game for 18 hours a day...when did he go to school?  When did he spend time with his family?  I'm probably just not following this story right.

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They should blame that stupid amendment that grants people to hold enough fire arms to start the next world war by themselves... Not very surprising for a country where every moron can shoot his neighbor in the ass because he set foot in his property and then pretend self-defense. By the way, why does a priest hold a gun? Isn't he supposed to "spread love" or some crap like that?

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

#1 you actually can't shoot anyone that steps foot on your property unless you can show beyond doubt that they were a real threat to you or your family. For instance if they were running away and you shot them in the back, your ass is going to jail. I had a co-worker who related a story to me about his aunt. Her husband had gotten into a verbal fight with some guy in the front yard and they got into a fist fight. The other guy got on top of him and was beating him over and over. She freaked out and went inside and got a gun and shot the man that was beating her husband to near death. The man died and she went to jail because she didn't try to call the cops and the man didn't have a weapon of any kind, only used his fists (this was back before 2000 and in florida). Personally I think that would be justified considering its entirely possible to kill someone with your bare hands but apparently she went to jail for several years.

#2 the right to bear arms isn't a bad thing, and just because you own a gun doesn't make you some crazy person out to kill everyone you possibly can. Yes there are crazy people like this, but thats the minority, and those people are crazy anyways.

#3 being a pastor doesn't mean you have jedi powers to defend yourself with, and also doesn't mean you've taken some kind of non-aggression vow where you'll just up and let someone attack/kill you.

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Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

Well, maybe it was a little bit too caricatural but for the most part american people are seen here exactly as i described (i mean here in Europe). The whole thing of having guns for self defense sounds shitty to me, self defense against who? Terrorists? Communists? Or maybe scout girls selling cookies? I've seen a video with a little girl assembling an M16 in less than a minute, her father was really proud, that thing really scared me.

We don't have guns here and at least we know that there's no idiots with guns down the street (oh, wait, there are idiots down the street, but they're just idiots) when we go out for a walk and there's no cases involving guns and children, we're not even allowed to have a swiss knife in the pocket...

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

I'm really glad I don't live where you live because I rather enjoy being able to carry my swiss army knife with me.

I also find it amazing that crime is never an issue till after you have been mugged or someone tries to break into your home while you were there.

Also, learn the difference between an M-16 and an AR-15, or are you convinced that everyone here has automatic weapons under their beds?

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

It's simple, we don't have the reason to be affraid of anyone here. Robbers? They prefer to break in a house when nobody's there, less risky (and people who fear that, they have a dog). Terrorists? We're not at war with Irak. The only ones that carry weapons here are cops.

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

Hahaha. You don't get it, huh? Self-defense from would be assailants is there, but mainly it's for self-defense from a potentially oppresive goverment! If we, the people, decide that a revolution is in order, it'd be nice if someone other than the goverment had weapons. This is a country for the people and by the people, and if anyone ever tries to take that away, it's our right to fix the problem.

Also, murder is already illegal, so that's coverd. Kill them with a gun, knife, or bulldozer? All the same.

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

You seem to have missed a point, in a real democracy people do revolution through their vote when they elect a president or a goverment, not when they shoot at each other.

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

What prevents an organized movement in your countries elites from deciding that they don't want to leave office?

 

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

Basically nothing within the country but there IS something outside, it's called the international right and its fairly strong in the european union. We're not supposed to obey unconstitutionnal orders. And oh, the last time it happened in France and they decapitated their king, so the elites will think twice before they do something stupid.

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

Yeah, because international organizations do so much good. Ever heard of a place called Darfur? What a about a group of people called the Kurds? Do you know how World War II started? International agencies are a joke because the governments of the countries that make them are a joke. Gathering large groups of people from different backgrounds and countries together leads to more infighting than anything.

You say the elites will think twice, but what about when the elites are doing something wrong back have the support of the army? Are you going to try to decapitate the prime minister while he's got a squadron of men with automatic rifles?

Face it, a revolution needs a bite, and that bite is provided by fire arms. Or you can let yourself be brainwashed into a nice 1984-style government. That's your choice.

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

We're called a union. We have european tribunals and laws regarding all sort of matters. We have a common monetary unit. So, going on "i'm the king of the hill" policy would really hurt. The system works fine without the need of an atomic arsenal in everyone's basement.

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

Seem's your too far gone. Well, good luck with that.

Banning all firearms would increase their worth on the blackmarket and ensure that they are exclusivly in the hands of the goverment or criminals. As I said, this is a nation of the people. Not of the goverment. All systems fail eventually.

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

I've never said the american government should ban all fire arms, but put at least a harder gun control on motion (ie no automatic rifles for every one)

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

You do realize a legally purchased automatic weapon has been used in a crime maybe once in the last 40 years?

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

What about all the school shootings? Like columbine?

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

There were no automatic weapons used at columbine. Legal or illegal.

I can't find an American School shooting where an automatic was used.

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Same rule applys.

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I have an Automatic weapon in my house.... but it's locked up in the gun cage with all my other rifles.  Plus I paid that 200 dollar tax stamp and 400,000 total for the few I have. 

But let's be fair my good man, most people in foreign countries can't tell the difference between a 1911, an SAA, and an M1A.

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

I know people can have automatics, I've got the paperwork for a suppressor sitting on my desk, only a few more months....

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And this is for self defense purpose only? Maybe i can't tell the difference between two automatic rifles, but why i should know it? I mean i'm not in the army and wielding a gun able to perform many cheese holes in somebody in less than a second is kind of stupid if you point out the self defense argument...

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

I collect class III firearms.  I enjoy having a full armory, plus occasionally I teach shooting classes when my business slows down to give me something to do.  Also, the M14 or M1A is a semi automatic rifle or 'AR', the SAA is a revolver, and the 1911 is John Browning Moses' gift to the world.

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

Ok, its your own stupidity that causes so much trouble...

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Wow, can you maybe respect the man's hobby like a mature individual? He's not hurting anyone by responsibly owning and caring for his guns. Maybe we should get JT in here to tell you that your stupid video game habit is what's causing all the world's crime. He'd be just as right as you are.

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Ok, no difference in english between a "you" plural or a "you" singular (is it the word?) i ment you americans, not him in particular.

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Actually, over in Europe, all you have is thugs with guns and no one else.  Have fun with that.

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Personnaly i haven't seen any. Our thugs are just idiots with at worse retractable knives or wood sticks...

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

So how long until your country tries to ban sticks and retractable knives?

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

You and Derovius should meet.  You'd be best friends.  Ignorant birds of a feather flock together and whatnot.

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Wow, way to not read the article or know anything about US laws. Just FYI, you cannot shoot anyone who steps on your property and get away with self-defense. This is the country where a robber can sue the homeowner if he gets injured breaking into the house. If you shoot someone, you'd better make sure they're facing you and in your house when you do it.

As for why the priest (I believe he would probably go by "pastor" or "reverend" since he's Baptist) owns a gun, he probably owns it for the same reason anyone else does: self-defense. Just because he's a preacher doesn't mean he has to let dangerous people come into his house to threaten him and his family.

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And you better be damned sure they WILL kill you. Then you can only injury them; god forbid you accidentally kill them, then you're on trial for manslaughter.

I have to admit, and I said it earlier, I'm anti-gun, I am. But I try to look at it rationally. Like, we can't really ban them, because even if we did, it'd be like in the U.K.; violence with another easily-available weapon would increase substantially, probably knives.

And honestly, I question which is more lethal, a gunshot or a knife stab. A gun has better penetration, but it's a small hole from a standard gun. But a knife, there's all the slashing involved, cutting up several organs and the likes. *shrugs* I honestly wonder which has a higher survivability.

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Really? I would've thought in some ways, a large knife would be more dangerous, consider it's slashing as it penetrates, cutting muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, whatever *aside from bone* which the body would have had a harder time to heal. I mean, aren't those close to the skin?

But I only know of basic biology, so I'm far from expert on such things.

Oh well, anyway, the overall point being, if someone wants to kill someone, they'll find a way to do it with what they can get.

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

Shockwaves in water filled tissue are not very good for the continued function of the tissue.

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Yeah, small hole from the outside... But in the inside your organs might be torn apart by the bullet, the bullet creates a cavity which quickly fills with body fluids (if your stomach is pierced you're done), the bullet can also go to an arteria and go to the heart.

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Gunshot.

Generally causes the body to go into shock and die. Knife wounds are far more treatable by basic first aid and unless they hit a vein/artery, which outside the neck require some training/purpose to cut well unlike the blind stabbing off a suprised invader, generally aren't dangerously lethal, giving plenty of time for EMT's to arrive.

Slashing also generally doesn't penetrate deeply through the fat/muscle layers to reach organs unless you know what you're doing, it doesn't look pretty ugly and bleeds a bit and could definately kill you over time, but a single slash isn't going to cause all your innards to fall out half chopped like popular media tries to make you believe,

Multiple stab wounds with no treatment will mess you up though. But so will multiple gunshots.

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

I'm working for a prosecutor this summer, I really hope someone tries to use this defense. I'll enjoy helping to tear it apart.

Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

So the "little angel" Daniel was addict to the game even if he didn´t have any chance to play it? Well, maybe I´m addict to crack and I don´t know it yet...

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Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

“He’d just play (video games) nonstop whenever he could,” Holly Petric said.

If he had such an injury, what the hell was he supposed to do other than play video games? If physical activity could leave you paralyzed, i'm pretty sure you'd latch on to anything to entertain yourself without risk.

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Exactly. I have a friend who was homeschooled for a year because of health issues. He got through Knights of the Old Republic 2 in three days and then replayed two or three times because he had nothing to do. Everyone else was at school, so he played video games all day. He also got rather frustrated with his parents (being stuck in an apartment with just your parents for 9 months will do that), and he only saw his friends on the weekends.

This kid was in a similar situation. He probably had virtually no social interaction since he was stuck in his house, and his health problem limited what he could do even when he did have friends over. There wasn't much else for him to do except maybe read a book.

Take a lack of social interaction compounded with frustration with his parents, toss in a little bit of mental instability (yeah, it's not in the article, but I think it's safe to assume someone who did what he did has psychological problems), and you've got yourself a recipe for murdering parents over a stupid dispute.

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I agree, thats 100% the point i'm trying to make too. I've been there once and i couldn't play my PC games cause i had to lie down, it sucked so bad I watched soap operas cause thats all that was on, it was sad.

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Re: Defense Blames Game Addiction in Shooting of Parents by Teen

wow...soap operas...that's rough, i'd consider that a death sentence.

whenever my mom gets sick of me being in the same room, she turns on her favorite soap, it's like sunlight to a vampire.

 
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