Where Is Officer Justin Rapp Today? Dead or Alive? Death Hoax Explored: “Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies, and The Internet” is a new web series that is streaming on Netflix. The first episode of this series just aired and it has raised various questions among the audience. The first episode of “Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies, and The Internet” was streamed on June 15th, 2022 on Netflix. The title of the first episode is Death by SWAT which focus on a strange case due to which Andrew Finch lost his life. And apart from this, the first episode also explores the dangerous phenomenon of making a wrongful or fake police report or 911 call in order to call a unit of the SWAT team at the scene or location. There is a lot more to learn about this strange case. You should read down his article till the end and must take a look at the following sections. Follow UptoBrain.com For More Updates
Where Is Officer Justin Rapp Today?
According to the “Death By SWAT” episode, a wrongful report becomes the reason for the death of Andrew Finch. As per the series, Andrew Finch was killed by a police officer which is why the first episode of Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies, and The Internet is titled “Death by SWAT”. Furthermore, the victim was killed and shot by a police officer whose name is Justin Rapp. Fetch more details in the next section.
It was a matter of December 28th, 2017 when the Wichita, Kansas police department received a call in which a man said that he held his family hostage and he killed his father. After responding to the call, a unit of SWAT was dispatched to the scene and officers surrounded the location. As per the source, Andrew Finch was a man in that particular apartment who was residing with his family in that apartment. Shortly after the arrival of the SWAT unit at the scene, Andrew Finch was shot to death by a police officer named Justin Rapp.
When police checked the location and carried out an investigation they found that no one was held, hostage. Furthermore, that call was made from California by a guy identified as Tyler Barris. Tyler Barris made a call on 911 just for fun and the price for the call had to pay by Andrew Finch. Now he is no more. This was the most controversial case. Stay tuned to this page for more details.