Teenage Prankster Convicted Of Domestic Terrorism; Sentenced 25 Years To Life In A Federal Prison
What many teenagers these days are considering a harmless prank, has landed one online gamer in more trouble than he could have ever imagined.
#1 PAUL HORNER BREAKS DOWN
At only 15 years old, Paul Horner is going to prison for 25 years for after a judge in Louisiana found him guilty of domestic terrorism.
#2 MULTIPLE FALSE THREATS
After Horner had been calling in false murder or bomb threats so that his rival online gamers homes would be raided by SWAT teams, he was convicted of 2 counts of domestic terrorism and sent to prison. The teen might not see the light of day until he is 40.
A new fad has emerged called ‘Swatting,’ where online gamers find their rivals location through their IP addresses and then set up a SWAT raid by calling the police and reporting bomb threats or worse. They get a laugh as they watch the live streaming gamer’s residence become overtaken by SWAT teams.