Thomas K. Mooney

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Thomas K. Mooney

Born
January 30, 1962

Died
June 28, 2007 (aged 45)
Cyprus

Nationality
American

Occupation
Army officer, Diplomat

Known for
Disappearance and death in 2007

Thomas K. Mooney (January 30, 1962 – June 28, 2007) was an American diplomat and Army officer until his disappearance and death in 2007.[1]
Background[edit]
Mooney held the rank of lieutenant colonel in the United States Army. He was posted as a Defense Attaché at the U.S. embassy in Nicosia, the capital of the Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus.
He had been serving in Cyprus since June 2006,[2] on his second posting to the country.
At the time of his death, Mooney was 45 years old, and he had a wife and two children.[3]
Death[edit]
After reportedly being last seen leaving the embassy midday on June 28, 2007, Mooney was reported as a missing person to Cypriot authorities after a day in which the embassy conducted its own search.[2] Deutsche Presse-Agentur reported that “one colleague said he had been going to a fitness center at a Nicosia hotel,” while another said Mooney planned to pick up somebody at the Larnaca International Airport.[4] His car, a black Chevrolet Impala, was also missing.[2]
A search on ground and by air included checks of ports, airports, and checkpoints along the ceasefire line with the Turkish occupied part of Cyprus.[2] The search ended when Cyprus authorities found Mooney dead four days later about 150 yards from his locked car on a dirt road in the “foothills of the Troodos mountains,” about 45 km (28 miles) southwest of Nicosia, in a remote area near the town of Lefka,[2][5] first reported by Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation state radio. Mooney was identified conclusively from dental records.[2]
Reports of the discovery of his body were confirmed by U.S. ambassador Ronald L. Schlicher. In a written statement to the media and posted on the embassy website, Schlicher said that “After the notification of next of kin, with deep sadness, I announce that LTC Thomas Mooney, who served his nation with distinction as our Defense Attaché, was found dead by Cypriot authorities on Monday. The cause of his death is being investigated, and any further information will be released as appropriate.” Schlicher also announced the cancellation of a planned July 2 Independence Day reception.[6] The State Department said Mooney’s death was not connected to terrorism; State Departm

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Tactical Emergency Medical Services (TEMS) is out-of-hospital care given in hostile situations by specially trained practitioners. It is distinct from the care given by medics in war zones, as TEMS generally refers to care rendered by civilians. Tactical Medics are Emergency medical technicians (EMT), paramedics, nurses, and physicians who are trained to provide life-saving care and, sometimes, transport in situations such as tactical police operations, active shooters, bombings, and natural disasters (though rarely the latter).

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Thizz Iz Allndadoe

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Thizz Iz Allndadoe

Studio album by Keak da Sneak

Released
July 18, 2006

Recorded
2006

Genre
Hip hop

Label
Thizz Entertainment

Producer
Keak da Sneak, Mac Dre, Curtis Nelson

Keak da Sneak chronology

Kunta Kinte
(2006)
Thizz Iz Allndadoe
(2006)
King of tha Supa Dupa Hyphy
(2006)

Thizz Iz Allndadoe is a solo album released by rapper, Keak da Sneak. It was his first for Thizz Entertainment, one of the largest Hyphy labels in California.
Track listings[edit]

“Who Started Hyphy”- 4:03 (Featuring Mac Dre, PSD)
“Stunna Shadez On”- 3:22
“Again”- 2:47
“Allndadoe”- 3:47
“Bout It, Bout It”- 2:54
“The Originals”- 3:58
“4 Freaks”- 4:29 (Featuring Mistah F.A.B., Turf Talk)
“Doin’ It Well”- 3:58
“My Life”- 1:45
“What, What”- 3:25 (Featuring Messy Marv)
“Messenger”- 4:19
“F tha Dogg”- 1:50
“Undaworld Ties”- 3:59 (Featuring Rydah J. Klyde)

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Keak da Sneak

Studio albums

Sneakacydal
Hi-Tek
Retaliation
The Farm Boyz
Copium
Counting Other Peoples Money
Keak da Sneak
Town Business
That’s My Word
On One
Contact Sport
Kunta Kinte
Thizz Iz Allndadoe
Deified
Mobb Boss
Keak Hendrix
Cheddar Cheese I Say

Collaboration albums

Immortalized
Real Talk 2000
Dual Committee’
20th Century
Best of 3X Krazy, Vol. 2
Flowamatic-9
Da Bidness
Welcome to Scokland
Word Pimpin 2: We Don’t Need You
Da Bidness 2

Compilation albums

King of tha Supa Dupa Hyphy

Featured singles

“Tell Me When to Go”

Related articles

3X Krazy
Thizz Entertainment
E1 Music

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