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His intention was to get the guy thrown in jail, it's second degree murder.
That's debatable. People know that they would need a probably reason to throw you in jail. Swatting is mostly used to harm people.
He also set it up to sound like an incredibly dangerous situation. He posed as the guy and said he shot his dad in the head, wouldn't put down the gun, held his mother and brother at gunpoint, then was going to burn the house down with them in it. That is definitely not the kind of thing you try to fake to get someone arrested. You give an anonymous drug tip or something. You don't make up a whole murder/hostage situation. Given how the guy did this over a $1.50 bet, I'd wager that he intended harm because you simply don't use swatting as a joke. It's a tool for harm.
Committing an unlawful act with malice that results in the death of another person can easily land you a 2nd degree murder charge.
ah, thanks for clearing that up, wasn't sure so i just went with 1st
oh and that cop needs more than just a "slap on the wrist" for discharging without probable cause
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