Additionally, Thompson has also agitated against another of Take-Two's game titles, Bully, but hasn't been successful in his efforts to win a restraining order against the game. In Alabama, Thompson has also filed a lawsuit against Take-Two, holding the company responsible for the deaths of three police officers by a teenager who was allegedly influenced by Take-Two's video games. Recently Thompson acquired some shares of Take-Two and has asked to speak at the company's annual shareholder meeting, scheduled for March 23. Thompson also has written to
ZelnickMedia, the financial and management consultant for the shareholder consortium that's fighting to replace CEO Paul Eibeler and the board of directors at Take-Two.