American Special Forces "Disarmed" a Streamer

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Antiterrorist division of American police SWAT broke into the house of well-known streamer in a suburb of Denver

 

American Special Forces "Disarmed" a Streamer

Antiterrorist division of American police SWAT broke into the house of well-known streamer in a suburb of Denver.

A few days ago an unpleasant incident has happened with the famous American streamer Jordan Mathewson (more known as Kootra) in the vicinity of Denver, Colorado State. This guy gained popularity due to the stream broadcasts of shooter Counter-Strike: Global Offensive on Twitch service.

Just during one of the streams the squad of Special Forces broke into the house of the streamer, put him facedown and made “an enhanced interrogation”. All this ridiculous and at the same time joyless process was successfully recorded by his webcam.

As it turned out, a call of some "joker" to the local police station became the reason for such impolite behavior of Denver police officers towards the innocent player. The caller informed that an armed killer, who had already managed to kill a few people, ensconced at the address where actually streamer lives. Police arrived at the "crime scene" quickly and in full combat gear, also taking with them doctors, rescuers, etc. It's good that the story ended without real shooting and shed blood.

By the way, similar cases have started to occur quite regularly in America. Unfortunately, streamers often became the victims of such inept jokes. Apparently, it’s just necessary to catch some of these "telephone terrorist" and to organize a public "flogging", and in such a manner to discourage the other jokers.

 

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