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    Man Who Shot Texter Also Texted

    Curtis Reeves Jr. looks into the gallery during his bail hearing in Dade City, Florida, February 5, 2014. Reeves, a former Tampa police captain, is charged with second-degree murder for killing a fellow moviegoer Chad Oulson on January 13, 2014 during an argument over cellphone use.  REUTERS/Andy Jones/Tampa Tribune/Pool  (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW) - RTX189G0

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    Oh, the sick irony. The former police officer accused of shooting and killing a man for texting in a Florida movie theater was himself texting his son just moments before the January incident. Curtis Reeves's son Matthew told detectives he had texted his father to say he'd be late for the show, and received a text back from Reeves telling him that he and his wife were seated in the theater. Matthew Reeves walked in as shots were fired and says he caught the victim, Chad Oulson, as he fell. Curtis Reeves is charged with second-degree murder and could face life in prison.

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