Man, 20, stabbed his brother to death in row over their slow WiFi

A man stabbed his brother to death after an argument over who was slowing down the wifi in their house.

Timothy Record stabbed his other brother Nathan Record (pictured above), 23, after he allegedly assaulted him during a fight over the internet bandwidth at their home in Leominster, Massachusetts.

Record, 20, has reportedly pleaded not guilty to the charge of murder after appearing in court.

Arguments – police said they have been called several times in the past to arguments between the brothers (Picture: Getty)

A police report reportedly describes how what started as a verbal argument turning physical when Nathan Record started punching his younger brother in the head.

Timothy then apparently confronted his brother, stabbing him in the chest with a kitchen knife he had fetched from the kitchen. Nathan died of his injuries in hospital later that night.


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Police reportedly said it was not the first time they had been called to deal with arguments between the brothers.

Lawyer Blake Rubin is reported to have said: “It’s a tragedy for everyone”.

Timothy Record will appear in court again on October 6, according to reports.

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