Skip to comments.Ex-Navy Seals 'died of drug overdoses' on Captain Phillips ship
Posted on 02/22/2014 6:44:01 AM PST by yldstrkEdited on 02/22/2014 6:45:52 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
Two former Navy Seals found dead aboard the Maersk Alabama, the ship hijacked in the Tom Hanks' film Captain Phillips, are believed to have died of drug overdoses. Mark Daniel Kennedy, 43, and Jeffrey Keith Reynolds, 44, were found dead on Tuesday in a cabin with drugs and hypodermic needles as the ship berthed in the Seychelles.
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So did Marilyn Monroe
some times the quality of the smack is better than other times
I’m waiting for,”The rest of the story”. Guarantee its different than this.
Vince Foster presented a more credible murder scene, I’d say.
Just to be picky....SEAL is capitalized always.....
I agree with you. This isn’t the end of this story. It just doesn’t fit. Former Seals both die at same time from “drug overdose”? It just doesn’t make sense.
A danger to their country no doubt.
Need to look for ligature marks.
I’m calling BS on this.
very suspicious at the least ,, not something you’d expect from a seal ... on a ship surrounded by supposedly friendlies it would be very easy to subdue a pair with drugs (food/drink) or pump a gas into their cabin and then create any scenario you want afterwards. I want to know if either of these two was the one who “dissed” Dear Leader by taking the shot or if they had any connections to team 6.
IF they were druggies and both using from the same source it could have resulted in both dying from overdose.
IF we believe that SEALS turn into druggies. More likely they were given something in their food and then the needles were planted.
Journalists are depraved idiots for the most part.
I’d want to know what their previous assignments were and if they and ever acted as sources for a previous or immenent news story.
BOTH at the same time...?
Scene was configured to maximize embarrassment — someone powerful wants some important questions to GO AWAY.
Probably another instance of the Fentanyl laced Heroine?