Author Topic: 'What's the chance of two ex-Navy SEALs turning up dead in the same room?' Family and friends demand U.S. investigation into mystery 'hookers and heroin' deaths on ship made famous by Captain Philips  (Read 353 times)

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    Mark Kennedy, 44, a married father, from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was found dead with syringe in arm in room on ship he was guarding in Seychelles on February 18
    The body of fellow former Navy SEAL Jeffrey Reynolds, 43, was found next to him
    Local police say the pair went to a casino, met up with two prostitutes, bought drugs and died
    Ship was a center of real-life pirate drama behind Captain Philips movie
    But their movements are unaccounted for for three hours that night
    Kennedy's father has called for an investigation and friends of 'Captain America' Kennedy say he would never have abused his body with drugs

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The article says that the civilian company they work for has drug testing. Something is fishy about this story.
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