CS6 Numa Numa Project





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CS6 Numa Numa Project

Numa Numa Project by sailors.

In 2005 sailors on the USS Enterprise did this parody of the well known dance song Numa Numa (Dragostea Din Tea) by the Romanian pop band O-Zone.

This video was produced by Michael Missimer and has been viewed millions of times.

Electronics Technician 2nd Class (SW) Michael Joseph Missimer was found Jan. 27, 2009, in his Annapolis, MD, apartment with a fatal gunshot wound. He was murdered by his girlfriend, who then called 911 and killed herself.

Song - 'Dragostea Din Tea'
Artist - 'O-Zone'
From - Romania

Parody by: 'CS6 Crew'
Aboard: USS Enterprise CVN-65
Michael Missimer
'Mizzman Productions'

May producer of this video Rest In Peace. Report follows.
From: celebgalz (dot) com
search: "michael-missimer-helen-clapsaddle-missimer-killed-by-clapsaddle-video"

Michael Missimer & Helen Clapsaddle: Missimer killed by Clapsaddle (video)
By Therese Lisieux on February 4th, 2009

Helen Clapsaddle, 43, killed her boyfriend, Michael Joseph Missimer, an Electronics Technician. Clapsaddle lost her job and had financial problems.

Missimer served on the USS Enterprise, an aircraft carrier. Missimer was famous for his YouTube video of his ship mates dancing to a song called Numa Numa. Missimer named it Enterprise Numa Numa.

Clapsaddle called police around midnight of Jan 26 or 27 to inform them that they would find 2 people dead. When police got there, they found Missimer and Clapsaddle dead. Police think Clapsaddle shot and killed her boyfriend Missimer before shooting herself.

From: FoxNews (dot) com
Search: "Sailor Who Made Controversial Video of Dancing Shipmates Slain in Murder-Suicide"

Sailor Who Made Controversial Video of Dancing Shipmates Slain in Murder-Suicide
Tuesday, February 03, 2009
F0X News

Financial problems may have led to the murder-suicide of a woman and her sailor boyfriend who posted a controversial YouTube video of his shipmates dancing, MyFOXDC.com reported.

Electronics Technician 2nd Class Michael Joseph Missimer was shot and killed Jan. 27 by his 43-year-old live-in girlfriend, who then took her own life, police in Annapolis, Md., said.

Helen Clapsaddle had recently lost her job and was having money problems with her previous employer, police said.

"Right now we've determined there may have been some financial problems between the two," said Sgt. Gilmer told MyFOXDC.com.

While serving aboard the aircraft carrier Enterprise, Missimer filmed and edited a five-minute video of his shipmates dancing and spoofing a YouTube clip known as the "Numa Numa video," the Navy Times, reported.

His video, called "Enterprise Numa Numa," has been viewed almost 2 million times on YouTube.

The man in charge of Missimers unit told the Navy Times that not everyone liked the spoof, which wasn't made for public distribution.

"He caught a lot of flak about that," Petty Officer John Fallowfield said. It was just something they pulled together when they had some time on the carrier ... we did this with the understanding it would be in-house."

Police say Clapsaddle called 911 shortly after midnight telling them that when police arrived at her apartment, they'd find two people dead — including her, MyFOXDC.com reported. She abruptly hung up.

The couple lived together at the Harbour Gates Apartment Complex in Annapolis.


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