It's a big story in the United States, and even bigger story in Australia.
A Wichita man who hails from down under is trying to put the murder of 22-year-old Christopher Lane in perspective.
After spending the summer in his native Australia, Lane had just returned to Oklahoma where he plays college baseball. Police say he was shot and killed by teenagers while he was out for a jog. Police say the teens were bored and thought murdering someone would be fun.
"When I heard about the incident in Oklahoma, I was disgusted like I think most everybody who has heard the story both in Australia and here in the U.S.," Wesley Nott says.
Nott has been discussing the murder with Facebook friends who are back in Australia. Some are blaming loose gun laws in the U.S. Nott says people must have a specific reason and a license to own a gun in Australia.
"I know there are a lot of people that are outraged by the incident because of the vibrant gun culture the U.S. has," Nott says.
However, he adds that violent crimes happen everywhere, including Australia. Nott doesn't agree with Australia's former deputy prime minister who is now advising Aussies to stop visiting the United States.
"Him saying, 'Don't go to the U.S. - it's too dangerous,' is ridiculous," Nott says. "I think for the most part, the U.S. is a safe nation."