http://www.philly.com/mld/philly/6253512.htm Investigators suspect the three teens arrested in Oaklyn, N.J. as they allegedly were about to launch a killing rampage found inspiration in violent computer games, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Police seized three computer hard drives from the homes of Matthew Lovett, 18, and two juvenile suspects, and learned that the name the three reportedly had given themselves - Warriors of Freedom - is an Internet-based combat game. An uncle of Lovett said the teen had been on his computer "constantly . . .
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