Kansas City Northland Family Suspects Foul Play & Refutes Triple Death Freezing Story

The quote about a tragic freezing death comes from a few local news reports. 

A fact to consider . . . The weather likely wasn't cold enough for these men to suffer much danger from the temperatures.

"According to AccuWeather, the high in Kansas City on Jan. 7 was 41 and the low was 32. "

Here's more from recent interviews this week . . .

Loved ones of the men are speaking out to demand answers, as they insist the reported circumstances of the deaths simply don't add up.

“I’m furious. Everybody is furious,” David Harrington’s mother, Jennifer Marquez, told NewsNation during an interview Friday.

“Nobody believes this story. None of his friends, none of the families, none of us believe it," she said.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .

No answers in deaths of Kansas City Chiefs fans: Family

Questions remain after three men were found dead outside of a Kansas City home last week. Family and friends of the deceased are demanding answers.

Families of Kansas City Men Found Dead In Backyard After Chiefs Game Aren't Buying Homeowner's Story: 'Nobody Believes This'

Families of three Kansas City men, David Harrington, 37, Ricky Johnson, 38, and Clayton McGeeney, 36, found dead after watching Chief's game at a friend's are demanding answers.

Mystery as three KC Chiefs fans 'freeze to death' in friend's backyard

The families of David Harrington, Ricky Johnson and Clayton McGeeney say they have been left in the dark at how they 'froze to death' in a backyard, and are not satisfied with the investigation.

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