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Inmate made several calls to 911 before his death

 LAWTON, Okla._The voice of a killer may have been captured in a recorded 911 call that was made from a cell phone that belonged to an inmate that later died.

The victim, Christopher Glass, a Lawton GEO prison inmate was found lying on his jail cell floor  last week after he called 911 several times. His voice was never heard, but the voice of someone else was.

"Whether or not you're a dead man. Just hang up," were the words spoken on the recording police have yet to identify.

Police are awaiting the victim's toxicology reports to help determine a time of death.

 

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