This article is about an Australian girl who was at Virginia Tech at the time of the massacre. She had the following to say about the V-Tech Rampage game.
AUSTRALIAN Virginia Tech student Eleanor Brentnall survived the university massacre in which 33 people were killed and 29 injured.
After returning home to recover with family, the rising basketball star has been made to relive that horrific day by a video game created by a Sydney “sicko”.
“I can’t think why he would do something like this,” Ms Brentnall, 19, told The Daily Telegraph yesterday.
“I’m embarrassed this guy is from Australia. He gives us a bad name.”
Ms Brentnall, who has returned to her family home in Melbourne, said yesterday her Virginia Tech classmates would be devastated.
“It’s easy for someone who hasn’t ever been put though something like that to sit at home and make a video game as some kind of sick joke,” Ms Brentnall said.
“He should be thinking of the families that lost loved ones. Obviously he hasn’t had a great amount of life experience to be doing something like this and he probably just hasn’t thought it through.
“‘My team-mates knew people who were killed and injured and everyone is just devastated by this.
“An apology wouldn’t mean anything coming from him because he is asking money for it.”
Don’t worry Ms. Brentnall. The sane among us realize that this shouldn’t reflect badly in all Australians just because of one degenerate assclown.
Speaking of said assclown this article goes on to explain why he has obtained such levels of assclownery…
Unemployed western Sydney man Ryan Lambourn, 21, developed “V-Tech Rampage” and has demanded $US2000 ($2400) to take it off the internet and another $US1000 to apologise to victims and their families.
His website was shut down yesterday but the game is still available on the internet.
Mr Lambourn, who lives with his father at St Clair, posted this message on another website: “LOL (laughing out loud) my site is down because they got too many angry emails and they won’t put it back up with vtech still on it.”
Unemployed and still living at home. That speaks volumes.