Recently, A Call of Duty gamer was arrested because of being involved with many "swatting" acts, and one of them caused the death of a victim.

If you don't know, swatting is a harassment act used by trolls of deceiving an emergency call into sending police to victim's whereabouts. Police usually send a SWAT team to the address, and it may make the victim feel very inconvenienced, or even trigger a violent case.

Swatting is a perilous trolling act

Tyler Barriss, A 25-year-old American who is living in Los Angeles has acted foolishly by making many swatting harassments this year. In the final incident, Andrew Finch, the 28-year-old victim was killed by police. Barriss now faces a sentence of at least 20 years in prison.

It's just not a trolling incident. The fact is that Barris was received about $1.50 (Rs 108) from a friend to make a fake call to report a kidnapping to police. After that, the poor father of two was shot dead.

Tyler Barriss now faces a sentence of at least 20 years in prison for his crime

Barriss is also allegedly involved with many other swatting acts, such as bomb threats at malls, TV stations, and even the FBI headquarters. The two other Call of Duty players is also arrested with Barriss, and their trials will begin in January.