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A little help?


Well To make a long story shorter my brother is involved in a custody hearing for his son. Dungeons and Dragons has been brought up in a very bad way trying to link it to his religion (not a bad one but not christian) and find him unfit. Basically is there any help out there for this. I really don't beleive his lawyer is qualified enough in this area to help. A psychologist has been called in to testify and he must really hate the game. I also have a feeling it is going to get worse. But as this is a semi-informal hearing it is an anything goes thing. (And from what I am hearing it really will be) Thanks for reading.


> Just wondering if we ever heard anything more about this.


I've been talking with him in email. There are no new developments so far, but I haven't spoken with him in a while. I'll drop him a note tonight.


Just wondering if we ever heard anything more about this.

Dusty


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