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......two former U.S. Navy SEALs found dead ......died of respiratory failure and were suspected to have had heart attacks, possibly from drug use......samples are being sent to Mauritius for analysis to establish if the men had consumed "a substance" that could have caused the health failures.
Tradewinds link he refers to
February 24, 2014 5:5PM Autopsies performed by authorities in Seychelles indicate that Jeffrey Reynolds and Mark Kennedy died of respiratory failure, according to Trident Group president Tom Rothrauff. “Clearly stated on each autopsy report is that death by drug overdose is ruled out,” he told TradeWinds in a brief email exchange Monday morning.
MODS: NOT trying to violate T&C here, just stating facts crucial to debate!!! Not sure that's the sequence of events in an OD, mayhap a Medic can clarify?
.....Fentanyl mixed in....making a Test Shot a lethal dose,knocking them out depressing breathing until they just quit breathing,and that leading to a heart attack.
Seems Strong coffee drinker is also "a friend of one of the deceased" and concurs.
I've known one of the Seals since I was 5-years old.....I assure you, there was no drug taking
...yeah right.... and my retired spec ops bud, who worked for Air America afterwards back in the day, in country in Africa no less, died of malaria, right....So tell me again why there was a closed casket ceremony for him???
food aid to East Africa in support of the U.S. government's "Food for Peace" program
and that's not "intelligence" as in smart; no...that's "intelligence" as in intel as in spook, in which the prereq is "MS BSDP Med & PH Intelligence" which is BSDP 564 - Medical and Public Health Intelligence. BTW, BSDP = Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness. These are Master degree level classes as evidence by 500 series class numbers (516; 564 etc). According to the syllabus he's supposed to be teaching this class this semester as we speak; there is another professor that he tag teams with on these classes; in my experience adjunct profs are usually 1) Part time; 2) are employed full time at a main other job closely related to what they are teaching.
BSDP 516 Writing for Intelligence II
Fallbrook is near San Diego/Camp Pendleton.
Fallbrook resident Jeffrey Reynolds, 44,......U-T San Diego reports Reynolds' parents, ex-wife and children live in Fallbrook as well. Reynolds's mother, Janis, described her son to U-T San Diego this way: “[A] wonderful, wonderful man who served his country with distinction for a long time
takes on a really new and different meaning, knowing just right up the coast in Somalia is this: The CIA's Secret Sites in Somalia
also help support the Bee Hive Children's Home in Mombasa, Kenya.
...Maersk Container Industry (MCI) is now partnering with Boston-based technology company Primaira LLC to develop an air cleaning system in Star Cool Integrated refrigerated containers.
...Using an ozone concentration 300 times higher than otherwise seen on the market, Bluezone also removes ethylene effectively...
Bluezone in Star Cool will be available in 2nd half 2014.
...ozone is a primary irritant, affecting especially the eyes and respiratory systems and can be hazardous at even low concentrations. The Canadian Center for Occupation Safety and Health reports that:
"Even very low concentrations of ozone can be harmful to the upper respiratory tract and the lungs... Severe and permanent lung injury or death could result from even a very short-term exposure to relatively low concentrations."
...U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has established a permissible exposure limit (PEL) of 0.1 μmol/mol (29 CFR 1910.1000 table Z-1), calculated as an 8 hour time weighted average. Higher concentrations are especially hazardous and NIOSH has established an Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health Limit (IDLH) of 5 μmol/mol.
They were active in the sense that they were working as security contractors, they are navy seals. These guys were professionals, they are extremely hard to kill. They don't die easy.
I'm not sure whether anyone is still following this or not, but I happened on something I thought was interesting... especially in light of the news that these two men died of respiratory failure with no indication of drug overdose. This may not have anything to do with the deaths, but you never know...
Enough of a concentration can apparently cause death through respiratory failure. I know it sounds like a plot for a movie, but given the life these two men led, it made me wonder... Could they have been shut by someone into a container filled with ozone, with the bodies later being moved to a room where drugs were planted? Perhaps someone should check for signs of ozone exposure if it's not too late.
Ozone is very easy to smell. Even in low concentrations, it's unmistakable. A dose high enough to kill you outright would have your clawing at the doors and shrieking.
The only place the ozone exists is inside the cleaner. It's a common design, we use something like that in subs to try to break up VOCs and CO.