The swatting incident that left an innocent Kansas man dead in December 2017 has some new information today. The Associated Press is reporting that the 2 gamers who allegedly helped facilitate the swatting incident that sent police to the home of 28 year old Andrew Finch have plead not guilty. Casey Viner and Shane Gaskill are charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice, wire fraud and other counts. Viner allegedly was angry with Gaskill over a game of Call of Duty WWII, and asked 25 year old Tyler Barriss (AKA SWAuTistic) to swat Gaskill at an address that he thought was Gaskill's. "Please try some s---. I’ll be waiting," Gaskill wrote in the direct messages cited in the indictment. Barriss is charged with a host of charges, including involuntary manslaughter. Thanks to cageymaru for the story. The indictment detailed an outgoing iMessage sent from Viner’s phone in which Viner allegedly wrote: "I was involved in someone’s death ... I got pissed off at him he got pissed at me .. he gave me his address and said pull up and I said I won’t be the one pulling up you’re getting swatted."