In a service aired on May 19 in the 19th edition of the TG4, it was mentioned the terrorist arrest of a 34-year-old Tunisian citizen resident in the province of Foggia.
Ignoring the details of the affair, the service emphasizes how they were found on the worker’s computer, materials that dazzled terrorism “there was everything”, even … a video game ” that simulates the ISIS attack on the Louvre Of Paris “.
The case soon became a boomerang on social and you know why? The video game in question is not an ISIS simulator, but the popular Assassin’s Creed: Unity war game, released in 2014 and set during the French Revolution.
As you can see from the video, published by QDSS colleagues, the fact is real and aired even if the original video has already been deleted by Mediaset servers.
A mistake can certainly happen, but in some circumstances, to be scrupulously checking what you are saying is essential in order to avoid becoming viral on the Web with particularly delicate and complex topics like this.