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- Alleged Perpetrator of Call of Duty WWII 'Swatting' Death Indicted for Involuntary Manslaughter

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Tyler Raj Barriss is accused by the state of Kansas of making a false 9-1-1 call to Wichita Police that led to the "swatting" death of Andrew Finch who was not part of the ongoing argument between Barriss and another Call of Duty: WWII player. His bond has been set to $500,000 for involuntary manslaughter. This charge means "a killing was unintentional which resulted from recklessness or during another unlawful act. He could end up with a felony conviction of 36 months in jail & a $300k fine.

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