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They shared their lives on YouTube. Then an obsessed fan came calling — with a gun.

Teacher who called military ‘lowest of our low’ explains himself — with little success. New York Times hired, then quickly unhired, writer who tweeted about befriending neo-Nazis

Christopher Giles passed his hours plugged into the Internet, either gripping an X-box controller or burning through YouTube videos. He was 23 years old and lived by himself in a two-story apartment complex topped with stucco in a neighborhood in northern Albuquerque.


“Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets...” ― Napoléon Bonaparte