Man Charged Over Swatting Death Allegedly Calls Self 'eGod,' Tweets
Swat Threat From Jail

        The Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office on Monday said in a news
        release that a software upgrade to an inmate kiosk that was
        done improperly by the vendor gave inmates a chance to get
        onto the Internet "for less than a few hours." It's unknown
        exactly how many inmates got onto the internet or what they
        did. The Sheriff's Office said 14 inmates had access to the
        kiosk in question before the vendor learned of the breach.

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