The scandal Rockstar is being dragged into and which could also affect ESRB just doesn't seem fair as long as Patrick Wildenborg, the one who developed the mod by means of which the pornographic scenes (which were built or not into GTA San Andreas, that's for ESRB to decide) can be viewed, is not held responsible for his actions.
It looks like, during this witch hunt aimed directly at Rockstar, everyone seems to forget
that after all, Patrick Wildenborg has modified a piece of software. I wonder what would have happened to Wildenborg should he have modified Microsoft's source code in such a way that instead of Windows Explorer we would have seen one of Pamela Anderson's pictorials. I doubt that even Wildenborg's grand-grand-children would have finished paying the damages to Microsoft.
The National Institute on Media and the Family has issued a warning regarding the fact that GTA San Andreas might contain scenes of explicit sex, but nobody seems to care that these are available only by applying a quasi-illegal modification. The National Institute on Media and the Family does a very good thing, after all, by issuing this warning, because this is actually their duty, but is there no organization to react with a message of the type "Don't let your children watch pornography, but also explain to them that they are not allowed to interfere with other people's software?"
And then we still wonder why 19 year old kids are convicted for disasters the likes of Sasser or Blaster.