Former SEALs on Maersk Alabama died of heroin, alcohol mixture

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The results of toxicology reports on two former SEALs found dead in their cabin on the Maersk Alabama in February have been reported to police in the Seychelles.

Police say the reports show the heart failures of Mark Kennedy and Jeffrey Reynolds  were caused by a mixture of heroin and alcohol.

The two men were discovered in their cabin on February 18th while the ship was in port in Port Victoria, Seychelles.

Police found and seized pills, syringes, and traces of heroin from the cabin.

Both men were employed by Trident Security.

The case has now been forwarded to the Attorney General's office for further consultation.


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