The Kansas state senate have passed The Andrew T. Finch anti-swatting bill. The bill will now have to be signed by Governor Jeff Colyer to go into effect.
This bill would mean that anyone placing a swatting call that results in death or extreme injury could face between 10 and 41 years in prison, depending on their criminal history. This came as a result to the death of 28-year-old Andrew Finch was killed this past December by police. Finch was swatted by 25-year-old Tyler Barriss of Los Angeles over a Call of Duty match.