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LA man charged with involuntary manslaughter over ‘CoD’ swatting

The man who was arrested last month in conjunction with the Kansas swatting incident that resulted in a fatality has now been charged. Tyler Barriss was arraigned in a Kansas court today and hit with three charges — giving a false alarm, interferenc…Read more

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