Is God behind the recent plunge of Take-Two Interactive's stock price?
When it comes to business, should one's religious beliefs even matter?
For the controversial, disbarred attorney Jack Thompson, the answer to these questions would seem to be yes.
On Friday, GamePolitics reported on Thompson's claim that he planned to lead a stockholder revolt aimed at ousting Take-Two chairman Strauss Zelnick.
While Thompson says that he wants to hold Zelnick accountable for T2's tumbling share price, his comments must be weighed in light of the disbarred attorney's oft-expressed distaste for Take-Two and its chairman.
As to the would-be shareholder revolt, it brought to mind a recent e-mail exchange between GP and Thompson which may shed some light on the anti-game activist's apparent belief that divine retribution of the Christian deity is behind Take-Two's depressed stock price. Those e-mails follow:
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