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  1. #1
    NiceGuyTJ
    Guest
    Dateline: 1998

    As he exited his vehicle after being stopped by Omaha Police Division officers,
    Omaha native and Gulf War veteran Marvin Ammons was shot to death by Omaha
    Police Division officers who claimed they believed the cell phone in his hand
    was a handgun.

    Later, after all officers were cleared of the charges, the survivors of Marvin
    Ammons filed a federal lawsuit in Omaha against the Omaha Police Division.
    During the proceedings of this lawsuit, Ammons family attorneys forced then
    Interim Omaha Police Chief Charlie Circo to release tape recordings in the
    police's possession of Ammons and his cell phone calls.

    Later still, the Douglas County, Nebraska judiciary announced that no requests
    were ever made by the Omaha Police Division for wiretap permission nor had any
    Douglas County, Nebraska judge ever issued any wiretap order, EVER. This was
    printed in the Omaha World Herald with a Douglas County judge making the
    statement.

    Douglas County is the legal entity presiding over the city of Omaha, Nebraska.

    Yet, the Omaha Police Division claimed the stop of the vehicle driven by Marvin
    Ammons was a routine traffic stop. The man had broken no laws, and they
    murdered him for having a cell phone in his hand.

    The federal judge presiding over the case denied Ammon's family attorneys the
    option of presenting the wiretapped recordings in court and the lawsuit was
    dropped.

    Later still, the nephew of Marvin Ammons was arrested in another so called
    routine traffic stop where the OPD discovered a handgun and quantity of
    marijuana. Apparently, the police, who had been conducting illegal wiretap
    surveillance on the Ammons family had confused the voice of Marvin Ammons with
    that of his nephew and were on their guns ready to kill when they stopped the
    vehicle of Marvin Ammons prior to his nephew's arrest.

    The entire episode is being covered up to this day. Not a finger was lifted by
    the cellular service providers in the Omaha, Nebraska area, including Sprint
    PCS, to protect their customers from surveillance by the police or other
    criminal eavesdroppers, nor was any effort by the FCC or any other federal
    agency to bring the police and their informants to justice.

    And you want me to buy a cellular telephone?



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  2. #2

    Re: Man Killed By Police In Omaha, Nebraska For Possessing Cell Phone

    You don't have to buy a cellular phone. You have a radio
    transmitter implanted just under your skin that transmits not only
    your brainwaves but video data from the camera implanted behind your
    left eye. When we're ready for you, it won't make a difference. Sleep
    well and please, try to dream about something other that a threesome
    with your mother and sister. Also, I don't think that masturbation
    every hour on the hour is healthy, but since you seem to be enjoying
    yourself...

    On 09 Nov 2003 23:03:02 GMT, [email protected] (NiceGuyTJ) wrote:

    >Dateline: 1998
    >
    >As he exited his vehicle after being stopped by Omaha Police Division officers,
    >Omaha native and Gulf War veteran Marvin Ammons was shot to death by Omaha
    >Police Division officers who claimed they believed the cell phone in his hand
    >was a handgun.
    >
    >Later, after all officers were cleared of the charges, the survivors of Marvin
    >Ammons filed a federal lawsuit in Omaha against the Omaha Police Division.
    >During the proceedings of this lawsuit, Ammons family attorneys forced then
    >Interim Omaha Police Chief Charlie Circo to release tape recordings in the
    >police's possession of Ammons and his cell phone calls.
    >
    >Later still, the Douglas County, Nebraska judiciary announced that no requests
    >were ever made by the Omaha Police Division for wiretap permission nor had any
    >Douglas County, Nebraska judge ever issued any wiretap order, EVER. This was
    >printed in the Omaha World Herald with a Douglas County judge making the
    >statement.
    >
    >Douglas County is the legal entity presiding over the city of Omaha, Nebraska.
    >
    >Yet, the Omaha Police Division claimed the stop of the vehicle driven by Marvin
    >Ammons was a routine traffic stop. The man had broken no laws, and they
    >murdered him for having a cell phone in his hand.
    >
    >The federal judge presiding over the case denied Ammon's family attorneys the
    >option of presenting the wiretapped recordings in court and the lawsuit was
    >dropped.
    >
    >Later still, the nephew of Marvin Ammons was arrested in another so called
    >routine traffic stop where the OPD discovered a handgun and quantity of
    >marijuana. Apparently, the police, who had been conducting illegal wiretap
    >surveillance on the Ammons family had confused the voice of Marvin Ammons with
    >that of his nephew and were on their guns ready to kill when they stopped the
    >vehicle of Marvin Ammons prior to his nephew's arrest.
    >
    >The entire episode is being covered up to this day. Not a finger was lifted by
    >the cellular service providers in the Omaha, Nebraska area, including Sprint
    >PCS, to protect their customers from surveillance by the police or other
    >criminal eavesdroppers, nor was any effort by the FCC or any other federal
    >agency to bring the police and their informants to justice.
    >
    >And you want me to buy a cellular telephone?





  3. #3
    David Gunter
    Guest

    Re: Man Killed By Police In Omaha, Nebraska For Possessing Cell Phone

    What sort of fool exits a car surrounded by police officers with
    *anything* in his hand, let alone a gun-sized cellphone?

    -david

    Replace spam with david in the email address if you want to send email
    to me personally.

    NiceGuyTJ wrote:
    > Dateline: 1998
    >
    > As he exited his vehicle after being stopped by Omaha Police Division officers,
    > Omaha native and Gulf War veteran Marvin Ammons was shot to death by Omaha
    > Police Division officers who claimed they believed the cell phone in his hand
    > was a handgun.
    >
    > Later, after all officers were cleared of the charges, the survivors of Marvin
    > Ammons filed a federal lawsuit in Omaha against the Omaha Police Division.
    > During the proceedings of this lawsuit, Ammons family attorneys forced then
    > Interim Omaha Police Chief Charlie Circo to release tape recordings in the
    > police's possession of Ammons and his cell phone calls.
    >
    > Later still, the Douglas County, Nebraska judiciary announced that no requests
    > were ever made by the Omaha Police Division for wiretap permission nor had any
    > Douglas County, Nebraska judge ever issued any wiretap order, EVER. This was
    > printed in the Omaha World Herald with a Douglas County judge making the
    > statement.
    >
    > Douglas County is the legal entity presiding over the city of Omaha, Nebraska.
    >
    > Yet, the Omaha Police Division claimed the stop of the vehicle driven by Marvin
    > Ammons was a routine traffic stop. The man had broken no laws, and they
    > murdered him for having a cell phone in his hand.
    >
    > The federal judge presiding over the case denied Ammon's family attorneys the
    > option of presenting the wiretapped recordings in court and the lawsuit was
    > dropped.
    >
    > Later still, the nephew of Marvin Ammons was arrested in another so called
    > routine traffic stop where the OPD discovered a handgun and quantity of
    > marijuana. Apparently, the police, who had been conducting illegal wiretap
    > surveillance on the Ammons family had confused the voice of Marvin Ammons with
    > that of his nephew and were on their guns ready to kill when they stopped the
    > vehicle of Marvin Ammons prior to his nephew's arrest.
    >
    > The entire episode is being covered up to this day. Not a finger was lifted by
    > the cellular service providers in the Omaha, Nebraska area, including Sprint
    > PCS, to protect their customers from surveillance by the police or other
    > criminal eavesdroppers, nor was any effort by the FCC or any other federal
    > agency to bring the police and their informants to justice.
    >
    > And you want me to buy a cellular telephone?





  4. #4
    Roger
    Guest

    Re: Man Killed By Police In Omaha, Nebraska For Possessing Cell Phone

    Marvin was shot multiple times and killed by a cop, Omaha Police Officer
    Todd Sears, near 63rd St. & Hartman Ave. According to the newspaper, Officer
    Sears and his partner, Officer Troy Kister, were responding to a report of
    "a traffic accident involving a disturbance." On their way to the accident,
    the cops saw two vehicles stopped in the road. One vehicle drove away as the
    cops arrived. Police claim that Marvin approached the cruisers to talk to
    the cops and that the cops saw a gun in his waistband and told him to keep
    his hands in the air. They claim that Marvin initially raised his hands but
    then reached down and was shot as he pulled his gun. However, the gun was
    later found to still be in its holster.
    Something esle they did not tell in this story is Ammons was drunk, twice
    the legal limit and strung out on cocaine....by thie way this story is BS.
    This was never printed in Omaha World Herald, the messenger has a hidden
    motive.
    "David Gunter" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > What sort of fool exits a car surrounded by police officers with
    > *anything* in his hand, let alone a gun-sized cellphone?
    >
    > -david
    >
    > Replace spam with david in the email address if you want to send email
    > to me personally.
    >
    > NiceGuyTJ wrote:
    > > Dateline: 1998
    > >
    > > As he exited his vehicle after being stopped by Omaha Police Division

    officers,
    > > Omaha native and Gulf War veteran Marvin Ammons was shot to death by

    Omaha
    > > Police Division officers who claimed they believed the cell phone in his

    hand
    > > was a handgun.
    > >
    > > Later, after all officers were cleared of the charges, the survivors of

    Marvin
    > > Ammons filed a federal lawsuit in Omaha against the Omaha Police

    Division.
    > > During the proceedings of this lawsuit, Ammons family attorneys forced

    then
    > > Interim Omaha Police Chief Charlie Circo to release tape recordings in

    the
    > > police's possession of Ammons and his cell phone calls.
    > >
    > > Later still, the Douglas County, Nebraska judiciary announced that no

    requests
    > > were ever made by the Omaha Police Division for wiretap permission nor

    had any
    > > Douglas County, Nebraska judge ever issued any wiretap order, EVER. This

    was
    > > printed in the Omaha World Herald with a Douglas County judge making the
    > > statement.
    > >
    > > Douglas County is the legal entity presiding over the city of Omaha,

    Nebraska.
    > >
    > > Yet, the Omaha Police Division claimed the stop of the vehicle driven by

    Marvin
    > > Ammons was a routine traffic stop. The man had broken no laws, and they
    > > murdered him for having a cell phone in his hand.
    > >
    > > The federal judge presiding over the case denied Ammon's family

    attorneys the
    > > option of presenting the wiretapped recordings in court and the lawsuit

    was
    > > dropped.
    > >
    > > Later still, the nephew of Marvin Ammons was arrested in another so

    called
    > > routine traffic stop where the OPD discovered a handgun and quantity of
    > > marijuana. Apparently, the police, who had been conducting illegal

    wiretap
    > > surveillance on the Ammons family had confused the voice of Marvin

    Ammons with
    > > that of his nephew and were on their guns ready to kill when they

    stopped the
    > > vehicle of Marvin Ammons prior to his nephew's arrest.
    > >
    > > The entire episode is being covered up to this day. Not a finger was

    lifted by
    > > the cellular service providers in the Omaha, Nebraska area, including

    Sprint
    > > PCS, to protect their customers from surveillance by the police or other
    > > criminal eavesdroppers, nor was any effort by the FCC or any other

    federal
    > > agency to bring the police and their informants to justice.
    > >
    > > And you want me to buy a cellular telephone?

    >






  5. #5
    TroiaHussein
    Guest

    Re: Man Killed By Police In Omaha, Nebraska For Possessing Cell Phone

    If you don't believe what has been said on this post, check out the archives of
    the Omaha World Herald.

    The details are in the article reporting on the progess of the Ammon's family's
    lawsuit.

    Marvin Ammon's cell phone killed him in more ways than one.



  6. #6
    Lawrence G. Mayka
    Guest

    Re: Man Killed By Police In Omaha, Nebraska For Possessing Cell Phone

    "NiceGuyTJ" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > The entire episode is being covered up to this day. Not a finger was

    lifted by

    Actually, the episode was not covered up. Rather, the victim's fiancee
    reportedly began soliciting money from strangers by mail. The account below
    is hilarious (or infuriating) in its own right:

    http://www.ratdogdick.com/askratdog/rd091498.shtml

    But we are 'way off-topic.





  7. #7
    Lawrence G. Mayka
    Guest

    Re: Man Killed By Police In Omaha, Nebraska For Possessing Cell Phone

    "Lawrence G. Mayka" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Actually, the episode was not covered up. Rather, the victim's fiancee
    > reportedly began soliciting money from strangers by mail. The account

    below

    That's the shooting police officer's fiancee, not the dead man's
    fiancee--sorry.





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