Season: 4, Episodes: 7, Faction: Mercenaries
Omar was one of the mercenaries sent by Charles Widmore to the Island aboard the freighter Kahana. According to Keamy, he was originally from Florida. He and Keamy have been seen to communicate using only glances, thus indicating that either Omar has tactical experience or has worked with Keamy prior to being hired by Widmore.
Omar and the rest of the mercenaries were killed on day 100 by the Others.
4×08 – Meet Kevin Johnson
Omar and other mercenaries shot skeet with automatic weapons from the deck of the Kahana. (“Meet Kevin Johnson”)
4×05 – The Constant
Upon Frank, Sayid, and Desmond’s arrival on the freighter, Keamy and Omar escorted Desmond down to the sickbay. Omar informed Desmond that they only knew they were somewhere in the Pacific Ocean with no more knowledge of their whereabouts. Later, Keamy and Omar returned to sickbay having been called by the doctor’s emergency alarm. The pair quickly subdued Frank, Sayid, and Desmond, taking the satellite phone from Desmond and once again locking Sayid and Desmond in the sickbay. They then took Frank to speak with the captain. (“The Constant”)
4×11 – Cabin Fever
Omar was part of Keamy’s strike team that assaulted the Island. Upon return of the helicopter to the freighter, Omar helped to unload the injured Mayhew and stood guard over Sayid and Desmond. On his way to the armory upon Keamy’s request, Omar received Faraday’s Morse code message on his satellite phone. After strapping a device to Keamy’s chest, he helped to load up the helicopter and informed Ray about the message sent from the beach.
Omar also made his gun accessible to Keamy, who used it to kill Captain Gault. (“Cabin Fever”)
He later patrolled the Orchid station with Keamy and the other mercenaries on the Kahana, holding a gun to Ben as Ben surrendered himself. (“There’s No Place Like Home, Part 1”)
Omar and the other mercenaries escorted Ben back to the helicopter, where they were ambushed by the Others. One of the Others threw a grenade at the helicopter, but when Keamy kicked it away, it landed at Omar’s feet and exploded, throwing back and killing the surprised Omar. (“There’s No Place Like Home, Part 2”)
6×10 – The Package
Omar was a man who worked with Martin Keamy, Redfern and Mikhail. He assisted Keamy him to kill Jin for having a sexual relationship with Mr. Paik’s daughter Sun.
Omar, Keamy and Mikhail arrived at Jin’s hotel to collect his reward and was disappointed to find that the money was missing. Sun, who traveled to L.A. with Jin, promised to pay Keamy with money out of her own bank account. While Sun went to get the money, Omar and Keamy took Jin to a restaurant he had access to and tied him up in a walk-in freezer. Knowing that Jin was incapable of understanding him, Keamy spoke aloud to Jin of his intention to kill him at Mr. Paik’s orders. (“The Package”)
6×06 – Sundown
Omar and Redfern visited Sayid when he was going to pickup his niece and nephew and brought him to Keamy at the restaurant.
Inside the restaurnat Sayid used him as a human shield and was killed by Redfern. Shortly after his death, Sayid shot and killed Keamy to protect Omer and his family. (“Sundown”)
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