Cop not charged, sent home safely

The Los Angeles man at the center of what is believed to be the first fatal “swatting” incident in the U.S. has been charged with manslaughter in connection with a hoax phone call that led to a deadly shooting in Kansas, records show.

Tyler Rai Barriss, 25, was charged with involuntary manslaughter and interference with law enforcement, according to court records made public Friday. Barriss has also been accused of making a false alarm, a felony.

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4 Responses to Cop not charged, sent home safely

  1. Unclezip says:

    Fuck Kansas. And that trigger-happy murdering moron who just had to make sure he retired with at least one notch.

    • djamer says:

      He will get his FULL retirement still as well. Murdering, cowardly bastard that he is!

  2. “involuntary manslaughter and interference with law enforcement”

    No one is going to pay for that family mans life.

  3. al says:

    Oh but thank GOD that brave hero in blue got to go home safe and sound! Kansas is a safer place because of his heroic actions! Who knows how many innocent lives were saved that night by his selfless pursuit of justice! NOT!!! If he had one decent cell in his body he would give that family everything he has and eat a lead pill! But he won’t cause he’s a POS!

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