"Tv-spelsbråket got Tyler Offee, 26, to falsklarma the police home to an innocent man."
"He was shot dead by the force, when he lowered his hands."
"Now convicted Offee to 20 years in prison."
"the Phenomenon under false pretenses alert police to someone's home you are angry at is so common it has a name: Swatting."
"Tyler Offee from Los Angeles had made a name for himself as a such falsklarmare in the world of videogames, and on 28 december 2017 he became involved in a conflict between two other men who played ”Call of duty” online."
"The one set in Ohio, the other in Kansas. Ohio-the player initially contacted Offee to ask him ”swatta” Kansas-the player. Then began She to send the volumes of messages on Twitter to Kansas-the player – who finally challenged him to go to work."
"Tyler She called the emergency number 911 and said he had killed his dad and kept the rest of the family hostage. He had, however, been Kansas-the player's old home address in the city of Wichita, said NBC."
"Where lived now Andrew Finch, 28. He was shot dead with her family when the mission – a so-called swat-team – hit."
"Finch raised the hands of the police orders, but when he suddenly lowered them again perceived the police officers the situation as threatening and opened fire."
"on Friday sentenced Tyler Offee to 20 years in prison. He apologised to Andrew Finchs family in the courtroom."
' I'd like to get it undone, but it can't. I am so sorry for it."
"Tyler Offee confessed to a total of 51 false emergency calls for several years. According to his lawyer, he is a loner who found solace in the world of videogames and became a ”series-swattare”."
"– His best friend is someone he only knows online, his father died when he was young and his mother abandoned him, said the lawyer in court, according to ABC News."
"the Call of duty players from Ohio and Kansas is awaiting trial for his involvement in the tragedy. The police who shot and killed Andrew Finch avoids, however, the prosecution."
"Andrew Finchs sister Dominica find that Tyler She got the punishment he deserved, but the family also plans to sue police and the municipality."
"Dominica Finch tells the newspaper the Wichita Eagle that the family suffered several tragedies as a result of her brother's death. "
"Brorsdottern Adelina Finch, 18, took his life in January – more than a year after she saw Andrew Finch shot to death. Later made even her boyfriend's suicide."