Norman police investigating man's death
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Police are investigating the death of a
28-year-old man who sued the Oklahoma Tax Commission over his
request for a vanity license plate that noted his sexual
Officers say they received a report of a dead body about 7:45
a.m. Wednesday at an apartment complex in south Norman. When police
arrived, they found Keith William Kimmel.
Investigators say Kimmel had stayed overnight at the apartment
and was discovered by a resident, who notified authorities.
Kimmel sued the Oklahoma Tax Commission Feb. 10 over the
agency's refusal to grant his application for a vanity license
plate that was to read, "IM GAY."
He later dropped the lawsuit but said he was changing attorneys
and would refile his request in Oklahoma City federal court.
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