Death Of Former SEALs Raises Questions
A coroner has ruled that the two former Navy SEALs found dead on the Maersk Alabama, Captain Phillip’s ship, dies of respiratory failure along with a heart attack. Traces of narcotics, including syringes and traces of heroin, were found within the cabin where the two security guards were found dead late last week.
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Autopsy results indicate two American security officers found dead on the container ship Maersk Alabama last week died of respiratory failure, coupled with a suspected heart attack, police in the Seychelles said Tuesday.
Further forensic analysis will be carried out to establish if the two men, Jeffrey Reynolds and Mark Kennedy, had consumed a substance that may have brought on these events, a police statement said.
Traces of narcotics were found with the bodies of the officers, it said.
“The police preliminary investigation report includes suspicion of drug use, as indicated by the presence of a syringe and traces of heroin which were found in the cabin,” the statement said.
The two men, both 44, worked for Trident Group, a Virginia-based maritime security services firm. Trident Group President Tom Rothrauff said both were former Navy SEALs.