posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 07:41 PM
Hi , now without any pedejudice , how do you know that the drugs given have lead to the deaths you cite ?
again no disrespect to your USN colegues who passed away , but have you considered all factors ?
could the rigours of naval life , the training , lifestyle issues - smoking , drinking , stress etc have contributed ?
these are all real issues for service personel , and issues that military authorities are aware of
you cite two cases , out of how many in your ships company , or unit ?
lastly , are you fully
aware of the dead mens medical hisory , and family medical history .......... paterns of conarnary desiese can run in
also look up : SADS
both can be fatal in otherwise healthy adults , with no prior sypmtoms or obviouis history .
and for obvious reasons .... can be more dangerous in sportsmen , and others who have to train hard [ like the navy ]
the problem is a real concern here in the uk - as there have been several hi profile deaths amongst promising young footballers
it is all to easy to jump to comclusions in such cases . and " he took drug "x " now he is dead ............ is an easy
just a thought............ and strictly my lay opinion
[edit on 16-1-2007 by ignorant_ape]