Manuel Noriega, the disgraced and imprisoned former ruler of Panama, is suing Activision, which publishes the Call of Duty franchise, for using his likeness in one of their games. He is currently serving 20 years in a Panamanian prison for drug trafficking, racketeering, and money laundering. He was also convicted by a Panamanian court of ordering the murder of political opponents.
And according to MSNBC noise hole Mika Brzezinski, it’s unclear who is “more reprehensible”, the people who make CoD, or the murderous military dictator.
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