Sixteen-year-old boy charged with murder over use of Playstation in Chile
Thursday, April 29, 2010
A sixteen-year-old boy from Santiago, Chile has been charged with the murder of his brother after the pair got in a fight over whose turn it was to use a PlayStation 3. Police reported that the sixteen-year-old had stabbed his eighteen-year-old brother after he turned the PlayStation on without his younger brother’s permission.
It's reported that the younger brother entered the kitchen and took a knife; he then stabbed his brother in the chest. Chile police reported that the youth said that "things had got out of control". If convicted, the boy would stay five years in prison.
At the time of the death there was no one else in the building. The boy’s birth mother had abandoned them ten years ago and they had been adopted by a Belgian woman. At the time of the attack, she was visiting her home country.
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- "Chile police: Fighting for control of a PlayStation, boy fatally stabs his older brother" — , April 28, 2010