Tyler Barriss, the LA resident who made headlines after causing a fatal police shooting in Kansas by way of a prank call, is speaking out about his past involvement with "swatting."
Barriss has now opened up from prison, expressing regret for the killing, stating:
"I never intended for anyone to get shot and killed. I just wish I could have rewound somehow and just never done it."
Remorse is usually a good start when you've done something bad, but his apology might just fall on deaf ears.
We say this due to recent findings which connect the 25 year-old Barriss to earlier instances of serious prank calls, including calling in a fake bomb threat to ABC7 News.