Call of Duty Swatter Pleads Guilty in Case Involving Innocent Man’s Death

Tyler Barriss, the man behind a prank call that led to an innocent man’s death over Christmas holidays in 2017, has pleaded guilty to several charges that will see him behind bars for 20 years or more. According to a Department of Justice press release, 25-year old Barriss has pleaded guilty to “making a false report resulting in death, cyberstalking, and conspiracy.”

Following a Call of Duty wager gone wrong, Barriss swatted 28-year old father Andrew Finch, whose address was chosen...

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