Kansas City Triple Death Speculation Sparks Defense Amid Tabloid Coverage

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“He would never in a million years do anything,” Jordan Willis’ father said of his son as some relatives of the three men have wildly speculated over how they turned up dead.

Willis’ dad said his son is grieving just the same as his friends’ families, some of whom have publicly pointed fingers at Willis and theorized that drugs may be to blame for the deaths of David Harrington, Ricky Johnson and Clayton McGeeney.

Police have said foul play is not suspected and have stressed that it is not yet clear whether drugs were involved as detectives await autopsy and toxicology reports.

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