Critical Intel Runs Down the FBI’s Case Against Leland Yee
You might have heard about the arrest of California State Sen. Leland Yee, the man who helped write a California law criminalizing the sale of violent games to minors.
Now, that same Sen. Yee has been arrested on a list of federal charges that include corruption and gun trafficking.
Over at our sister site, The Escapist, Robert Rath has detailed the government’s case against Yee in a lengthy story in this week’s Critical Intel. All of the information is pulled from the FBI’s affidavit, and as Rath points out, it’s what the government believes happened and what Yee did — but Yee hasn’t been proven guilty in a court of law just yet. Even still, the details are pretty intense and the story is well worth your time.
Pop over and read Critical Intel with this link and let us know what you think of the Yee case in the comments. You can also bone up on your Yee history by reading about the landmark Supreme Court decision that struck down the law by determining that video games are art, and check out our rebuttal to Yee’s comments back in