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Digital Homicide looking to drop lawsuit against Steam users

Steam users can rest easy knowing they won't have to appear in an Arizona courtroom anytime soon. Members of the Digital Homicide Steam group found paperwork filed last week with the district court of Arizona asking for a dismissal of Digital Homicide's case against 100 Steam users without prejudice. According to the motion, Digital Homicide was "destroyed completely financially disabling The Plaintiff [James Romine Jr.
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