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A Massachusetts Man Killed His Brother Over The Speed Of Their Internet

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Unless his brother was using their internet bandwidth to share spy cam porn clips of him, I think it’s safe to say that Tim Record overreacted when he murdered his brother during a recent argument over that bandwidth.

According to CBS Boston, the 20-year-old Leominster stands accused of killing his 23-year-old brother Nathan Tuesday night in what police said started as an argument “over the use of digital devices which overwhelmed their internet bandwidth.” That argument turned violent when Nathan punched Tim in the face and head before going to his room.

A 20-Year-Old Is Accused Of Killing His Brother Over Their Wifi Speed https://t.co/g1xiT2oODY ^Buzzfeed pic.twitter.com/dopPVFOjCk

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Well, Tim then allegedly saw his brother’s act of violence and raised him a murder charge when he “grabbed knives from the kitchen and stabbed Nathan in the chest.” Despite being rushed to a local hospital, Nathan died as a result of his stab wounds. Tim was later questioned and arrested, but he told the courts he was not guilty of murder.

It’s unknown which company was in charge of providing an internet connection to the Record brothers, but this sounds like a perfect opportunity for their competitors to seize the day with a killer marketing campaign (pun intended).

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