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Good parents don't buy their kids videogames which involve adult content. So why did the parents purchase the game for their child and then start a petition against content that is not actually included in the game itself?
The general public has started a petition against "Grand Theft Auto V Promotes Violence to Animals" as he claims they have reported in their overview are false. You cannot behead animals nor does the game force you to run over animals. Running over animals s a common thing in real life. So why is a videogame being scapegoated for such acts?
Also, there are no kittens in Grand Theft Auto 5, so why is the petition creator putting false claims claiming it as The truth? And the creator claims there is some evidence towards "people who can't get their hands on a copy of the game are targeting animals in the real world for violence". If there is evidence for such things, why not post it for the general public so we could read the research for it?
Finally, Grand Theft Auto is a popular videogame series but it's the consumer's responsibility to support them by purchasing the product. But making false claims against a videogame and creating a petition supporting the false claims is not a responsibility, it's an insult.
We demand the petition to be put down so it could stop misinforming the public.