NY Police Union Wants Saints Row 2 Pulled
Obviously the men and women in uniform that put their lives on the line every day aren’t going to be thrilled with a game like Saints Row 2 but I can’t help but think this move to “block” the game is a publicity stunt by someone running for District Attorney and not police officers themselves.
On Tuesday, surrounded by police union members who support her bid for Manhattan District Attorney, candidate Leslie Crocker-Snyder and others spoke out against the violent game. At the J&R music store, in Lower Manhattan, the game sells for $59.59 and sales have been brisk. Employees say they carefully check of the ages of the customers.