'Georgia Teen Sentenced to Life for Murdering His Sister Over WiFi'

I don't believe your life is worth a WiFi password... A Georgia teen is getting sent to prison for life for murdering his sister over the WiFi password.

From The Augusta Chronicle:

A Georgia man who was 16 years old when he choked his sister until she died over an argument over the family's Wi-Fi password was sentenced to life in prison.
Testimony during Kevon Watkins' trial said he was angry in February 2018 when he came home from school and changed his family's Wi-Fi password because sharing the connection made it too slow on his Xbox.
Alexus Watkins, 19, argued with her brother after he confronted their mother as she tried to take the video game system out of his room, according to testimony at the teen's trial and 911 calls the day of the killing.
Kevon Watkins put his sister in a chokehold and didn't let go for more than 10 minutes until police arrived, according to testimony reported by The Macon Telegraph .


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