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GEO Prison Inmate's Death No Longer being Considered a Homicide

The Comanche County District Attorney's Office is no longer considering an inmate's death at the GEO Prison on January 20th a homicide.
The Comanche County District Attorney's Office is no longer considering at inmate's death at the GEO Prison on January 20th a homicide. A report was presented to the D.A. on the death of 33-year-old Christopher Glass, based on a pre-existing condition, and the possible cause of death, according to the ME's office, of methamphetamine toxicity.

Before Glass died, police say he made almost a dozen calls to 911 on a contraband cellphone. The first call, recorded by dispatch, came at 8:50 pm on January 19th and was followed by eight calls through 1:46 a.m. on the 20th. Most of those calls contained silence, but a few had a voice saying something that could not be understood.

Then, at 1:55 a.m., this chilling call was placed from Glass' cell phone, "911 what's the address of the emergency? (noise) Whether or not you're a dead man. Hang up. (noise)"

Six hours later, this call was made to 911 from a GEO prison officer, "We have a beat down. We have a serious head trauma."

Lawton police say Glass, a member of the Aryan Brotherhood White Supremacist gang, was taken to the prison infirmary, then to Southwestern Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.

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