An online fight led to an in-person attack for a young man in Oakley, and he ended up with nearly two dozen stab wounds. This stabbing all started with a conversation on an Xbox Live headset that allegedly set a 17-year-old off, not with a joystick, but with a real knife and gun. Kevin Kemp, 20, didn’t mind showing the scars from his battle Monday. There are 22 stab wounds now stitched back up. That was the end result of what started as an exchange with a family friend online. Great shirtless nerd video footage of the victim. Here is Kevin Kemp.
What game was the argument about?? Some people really need to just relax and say "It's only a game"
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This seems like a good free add for xbox. It had nothing to do with the game or game system as said in the interview. Its like bringing up LG because both kids were talking smack on their cell phone. The xbox part is weird to me.
Okay, how much do they need to focus on the Xbox console for this report? They even said it had nothing to do with the attack or even the instigation, but was just the communication tool they used to talk. The media is clearly trying to focus on video games as a source of violence.
I rage at players on Xbox, but this is beyond raging if a 17 year old kid came to his house and stabbed him, that guy said something beyond repair to the kid but the kid is even dumber then the guy who was knifed. its part xbox and the kids fault and theparents, i mean if parents would stop being kiss a**es and told their kids no this would never happen.... i mean in my days if i asked my parent something and they said no and i asked again i got a a** whippin.
The kid wanted to play Cod for real I guess. Its true, BEING STABBED ONE TIME IS NOT ENOUGH TO KILL YOU!!! Fake Call of Duty. lol
This has nothing to do with Xbox... They register their games as mature... It falls solely on he parents and the individual who committed the crime...
15 to Armor -5 to dex
Survived due to the knife not being big enough to pierce his fat armor...