Democratic State Rep. Marcus Evans pointed at “Grand Theft Auto,” which depicts scenes of violent car thefts, robberies and general criminal activity, as inspiration for what’s happening in his home district.
“Grand Theft Auto,” which had its first installment released in 1997, is the main issue, he said.
Evans said he plans to introduce a bill to ban sales of the game in Illinois.
“‘Grand Theft Auto’ and other violent video games are getting in the minds of our young people and perpetuating the normalcy of carjacking,” Evans said. “Carjacking is not normal and carjacking must stop.”
Evans also thanked on Monday community activist Early Walker for starting…