What is the Story Behind Daniel Patry and Gabriel Kuhn’s Muder?

Who are Gabriel Kuhn and Daniel Patry?

Daniel Patry and Gabriel Kuhn met each other in Blumenau, Brazil in 2007. Gabriel Kuhn was born in 1995 while Daniel in 1991. Gabriel Kuhn was murdered by Daniel Patry just because of an online game called Tibia. Although it is not quite clear whether or not the two young men were close friends before to the sad event, it has been established that they had a few things in common that interested them both. This is demonstrated by the fact that they went to a gaming centre in the region and played video games together at the establishment.

What Is the Actual Cause of The Whole Murder Story

In 2007, Daniel Patry, who was 16-years old at that time, murdered one Gabriel Kuhn, who was only 12-years old, over a debt he owed after harassing and torturing him for more than a month. Patry had had anger issues since he was a child. His issues were so bad that his parents resorted to psychiatric therapy. Unfortunately, he refused to attend the sessions. Daniel was angry because his friend had not repaid a loan of $1.55 that he had given him. This act of callousness scandalised majority who got to hear the story, first because of how young both the killer and the victim were, and second because the cause of the altercation was unbelievably flimsy.

What Is The Story Behind Gabriel Kuhn And Daniel Patrys Muder
Gabriel Kuhn And Daniel Patry

The End Product of Daniel Patry Anger Towards Gabriel Kuhn


Gabriel was the target of his unbridled rage, which led him to harass and bully Gabriel for more than a month. On the evening of the murder, Daniel followed Gabriel to his residence after first confirming with his mother that she would not be returning home on that particular evening.

Under the pretence of wanting to seek an apology, he managed to deceive Daniel, who was already sceptical of him, into unlocking the door for him. When the latter opened up, he lunged at the much smaller youngster and pounded him until he (Gabriel) started bleeding. When the former opened up, he lunged at the much smaller boy.

It is believed that Daniel laughed even as Gabriel died on the ground from his wounds while Daniel watched. Unfortunately, Gabriel threatened Daniel that he would divulge some terrible details about Daniel’s family, and this caused Daniel to lose all control of his behaviour. Gabriel was strangled by Daniel Patry with the help of a rope that he found.

On the other hand, according to certain accounts, Gabriel did not pass away as a result of asphyxiation but rather from profuse bleeding as a consequence of being dismembered. The insane adolescent cut off his pal Gabriel’s legs and tore out his middle parts while Gabriel was still alive. All of this took place while Gabriel was still alive. He hid the body in the attic of Gabriel’s home, while the severed legs were discovered on the property of a neighbour. Gabriel discovered the body. Daniel Received a Sentence of Just Three Years in Prison


In a short amount of time, Daniel Patry was arrested and charged with the murder of Gabriel Kuhn, for which he received a sentence of three years in a juvenile facility. The police conducted investigations, which led to the discovery that it was, in fact, the Tibia game that was the cause of the entire tragedy, and that Gabriel died as a result of extreme bodily trauma.

Patry ended up confessing to his crime, and he said that he initially tried to hang Daniel, but after realising that he was too heavy, he chose to chop him into pieces with a saw instead. Patry admitted this during his confession. Many people believe that the sentence of three years that he received was far too light in comparison to the seriousness of the crime that he had committed.

Tibia was the name of the massively multiplayer online role-playing game that was directly responsible for the death of Daniel. The video game was developed by a German business known as CIPsoft. CIPsoft is a gaming firm that was founded by Guido Lübke, Ulrich Schlott, Stephan Payer, and Stephan Vogler, all of whom were students at a German university.


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