Tyler Rai Barriss wanted in Canada for SWAT inquiry

| January 11, 2018 | 34 Comments

Tyler Rai Barriss, the LA man who is being extradited to Kansas for a “swatting” call that he made to police in Kansas, is also wanted by Calgary police in their investigation of an incident that happened a week prior to the Kansas tragedy according to the LA Times.

The 911 call to Calgary police is eerily similar to the emergency call to Kansas authorities that led to the killing of an innocent man.

The Calgary Police Service alleges that Barriss called 911 around 7:40 p.m. and told an operator he killed his father and was holding his mom and younger brother hostage in the 2300 block of 17b Street S.W.

Calgary tactical officers descended on the neighborhood of the address the caller gave, evacuating the surrounding area before a woman at the home also called police to warn them she believed she was target of a fake call designed to produce a massive police response. The woman came out of the house and officers confirmed that the initial report of a shooting and hostage scenario was false.

Creepy little shit.

Someone did that to one of our readers a few years back. They called the police and said that he was contemplating suicide. He was able to convince the responding officers that he wasn’t a danger to anyone at the time. Thankfully.

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  1. Wilted Willy says:

    What a little wennie, has this little puke reached puberty yet? He will sure get an education very soon from Bubba and the gang at the Deli! Enjoy your cockmeat sammiches there you little fairy sparkle pony!

  2. Fjardeson says:

    Hope he gets the whole-hog membership to the BTJT Deli for this crap. This garbage hurts both LEO’s, citizens, and the trust between both.

    Total (expletive deleted).

  3. The Stranger says:

    Not for nothing, but the Calgary PD can wait their turn. I want this fuck to do time in an American prison; we’ve seen what the Canucks do with felons. Omar Khadr, anyone?

  4. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    Put him in an American prison first, then let the Canucks have him.

  5. 1610desig says:

    Dude has a little Roswell DNA in him…why didn’t he simply liquidate his online gaming opponents with a ray gun?

  6. NHSparky says:

    And as Jonn mentioned, a certain someone tried it with a poster here, yet nothing happened. Asshole.

    Fuck this guy.

  7. Thunderstixx says:

    Sooooo….
    His parents obviously get the parent of the year award for raising such a scrawny whiny stupid little fuck for a kid.
    He really needs to be given a few thousand forced throat and ass fucks at the same time.
    Two holes, no waiting…

  8. rgr769 says:

    He looks like he belongs in the circus freak show as a back-up for Zippy the pinhead. I’m guessing he has a low 70’s IQ.

  9. AW1Ed says:

    “Pencil neck geek, grit eatin’ freak,
    scum suckin’, pea head with a lousy physique.
    He’s a one man, no gut, losing streak.
    Nothin’ but a pencil neck geek.”

    Tip o’ the hat to Freddie Blassie.

  10. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    Little bytch is going to think that Hell is a vacation spot with sandy beaches and fancy drinks with little umbrellas in them when the boys at the BTJT Deli are done with his ass…

  11. 2/17 Air Cav says:

    If ET and Obama had a son.

  12. Yef says:

    So, does anybody here have fresh statistics on police shootings?

    I was following the rabbit hole on this Wichita shootings, and Daily News claims that in the US there are 35.5 deaths by police shooting per million people compare to only about 0.08 per million in Europe.

    I guarantee you this statistic is misleading. I want to confirm that.

    • RightSaidFed says:

      I think what you are referring is the total death rate per million citizens, including homicides, all arrest-related deaths, and custodial deaths, across all countries. There aren’t any truly comprehensive statistics, but yeah, that’s pretty much the ballpark. In fact, it’s a pretty conservative estimate.

      And if you compare lethal shootings (which, again, will be a low figure) between the the United States and Western Europe, the rates aren’t any closer. In fact, the U.S. may out Taser people to death than LE in many other countries kill by all means combined.

      As for why, well, that’s probably determined by one’s priors. By and large, however, our foreign LE partners are generally aghast by how quickly U.S. resort to lethal force.

      • 2/17 Air Cav says:

        First of all, there are no comprehensive, reliable data on shootings by police. Different US and foreign entities, none impartial,compile data and publish. From there, the stuff takes on a life of its own. This is a helluva can of worms. What percentage of shootings by police are not justified? Are there data on the number of instances in which police could have used deadly force but did not? Are there data on the number of instances in which police should have used deadly force but did not–or hesitated–and lost their lives? This business about comparing police-involved shootings among “developed nations” is absolute bullshit. There are far too many unaccounted variables for a reasonable comparison.

        • RightSaidFed says:

          No, there aren’t comprehensive statistics.*

          But, we have a very good idea of the floor (various sources, including the BJS, find ~ 1,100 arrested-related homicides year in the U.S. for the past couple years). And, given (a) the more centralized structure in European and other developed countries, and (b) drastically fewer police homicides in almost every other country, the published data elsewhere is generally pretty reliable. (The same is true with custody-related deaths. Given the sheer volume of people jailed/taken into custody in the U.S. compared to elsewhere, that’s a given.)

          The question was whether the cited statistic is reasonably accurate. It indisputably is (or, if anything, understates the disparity). It’s almost on par with asking “does the U.S. really imprison that many more people?” Why is irrelevant. And, as noted, depends on your priors. (Although:
          1. the rate of situations in which force (verbal or physical) is used — about 50,000,000 encounters per year, here;
          2. the sheer volume of firearms (possed by both citizens and LE); and
          3. the generally lower tolerance for police use-of-force elsewhere
          are certainly likely factors.)

          *Not a point in our favor, FYI.

  13. E-6 type, 1 ea says:

    Temperature in LA – 73

    Temperature in Lansing KS – 0

    Welcome to Kansas, mf.

  14. RCAF_CHAIRBORNE says:

    He needs a 6-8 year stint as a bride for ‘Rectum Wreckin’ Ralph

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