Boom Goes The Dynamite, A-Hole: Anti-Video Games Senator Arrested

When California State Senator Leland Yee pushed the Supreme Court to consider his unconstitutional anti-video game violence bill, it was quickly deemed a violation of the First Amendment — and rightfully so. His response was that of bitterness and contempt, spewing nonsense about community safety and protecting the children.

In a movie-like turn of events, the industry’s enemy was arrested on charges of bribery and corruption. According to reports, the FBI confiscated all manner of documents and computers from his San Francisco office, possibly containing evidence of his travels from hell to earth.

While there are still plenty of fiends out there looking to snatch our rights as game enthusiasts, karma seems to be quite the dog of the female variety.