Kyle Mullen Death – The mother of Kyle Mullen, a Navy SEAL candidate who killed away just hours after finishing the notoriously difficult “Hell Week” expressed her “disgust” at the fact that the high officials responsible for the death had only received “administrative actions” thus far, even though months have elapsed. More than eight months after Seaman Kyle Mullen’s passing, the 24-year-mother old’s is determined to seek justice for her son and advance stronger protections for future Navy SEAL applicants.
“My son can’t pass away in vain.”
Regina Mullen stated, through tears, to Fox News Digital on Thursday, “It’s not just my kid that perished.” “The men who have sustained catastrophic, lifelong injuries are the ones who are drawn into this. I spoke with some of their mothers and the candidates going through it.
Mullen has many concerns about the circumstances surrounding Kyle’s death, including the indifference shown to and claimed single-out of one of the candidates, including her son, as well as the dearth of appropriate medical attention.
What “administrative steps” were taken was not made clear by the spokeswoman. The staff employees have only received letters of reprimand thus far, according to Regina Mullen.
The Naval Special Warfare Command’s head, Rear Adm. Keith Davids, stated in a letter that the organization has a “moral obligation” to draw lessons from Mullen’s passing and protect potential candidates in the future.
Regina Mullen and her lawyer, however, assert that the Navy has omitted specific details from its investigative reports, whether on purpose or not, and has been exposed for reporting a number of falsehoods.
She continued, “I’m still disappointed that nobody’s actually in trouble. She said, “I am repulsed. I felt repulsed. She stated that additional action might be taken once the Naval Education and Training Command investigation is finished, which the Navy was still doing.
She replied, “You can’t just penalize someone or bring charges against them without all the facts.” “That is their current justification. Therefore, I said that I would find it intolerable if no one ever got into difficulty. And because this is incorrect, I would march through Washington.
A NSWC spokesman expressed the organization’s “deepest condolences extends to Seaman Mullen’s family and friends during this terrible time” in a statement provided to Fox News Digital on Thursday.
The statement continued, “While Naval Education and Training Command conducts their investigation into the circumstances surrounding Kyle’s death, as well as the broader circumstances that were raised, the Navy will continue to give the Mullen family with as much information as possible.
“I thought you didn’t sound good.”
On February 4, 2022, Kyle Mullen passed away just hours after finishing the very difficult Hell Week in California. The Navy at the time stated in a press release that the Basic Underwater Demolition SEAL Candidate “was not actively training at the time of his death.”
He was raised in New Jersey and later attended Yale University, where he played football and was named team captain. He also attended Monmouth University. Along with his mother and other family members, he also left behind a sibling.
Throughout SEAL training up until “Hell Week,” when the candidates’ cellphones were confiscated, Regina Mullen, a nurse who is still residing in the Manalapan, New Jersey, home where she raised her family, spoke to her son frequently.
Mullen testified that Kyle had contacted her on Jan. 21 two weeks earlier to report that his face and legs were bloated and that he was “spitting up blood.” Then, during their video conference, Mullen noticed that “his entire face was swelled.”
During one of the training sessions, Mullen continued, “He said he was drowning and spitting up blood.” “Well, why don’t you go to medical?” I said.
The reputation of my kid is being tarnished, and they have no right to try.
Regina Mullen told Fox News Digital:
“I can’t,” her son allegedly retorted. I’ll be caught.
She recalled, “I was pleading with him to leave. Mullen advised her son not to rest flat for the remainder of the following week to ensure healthy blood flow. Mullen claimed she heard her son was “out of breath” the last time she spoke to him, which was barely hours before he passed away. hardly capable of speaking.
“I yelled at him to dial my number. Just FaceTime me. Do you feel pain? Do you have any fractures? Are you in a hospital? I asked him, she recalled. She reported that he answered, “No, mum, I’m fine. Not to worry. “I adore you.”
Regina Mullen told Fox News Digital that the information in a PowerPoint presentation given to her by a Navy official engaged in the inquiry into Kyle’s murder was “completely false.”
She used the Navy as an illustration of how it is “pushing the narrative of PEDs” or performance-enhancing substances.
“It has absolutely nothing to do with the passing of my son. It has nothing to do with anything,” she remarked. “In the end, scientific proof was provided by, yeah, urine, blood tests for two toxicologies, and the Navy went one step farther and examined his brain matter. No PED evidence was found.
“How dare they attempt to paint a picture and damage my son’s reputation,” she continued.
Mullen was allegedly in possession of performance-enhancing chemicals, according to records provided by the Naval Special Warfare Command on Wednesday, however it was highlighted that these drugs were not a factor in Mullen’s demise. Regina Mullen, however, asserted that she had questioned the Navy’s conclusions from the beginning and had been able to “prove” some of her claims. Mullen even went as far as to have Kyle’s remains examined by an outside medical examiner to further allay her worries.
According to the independent autopsy, Mullen’s enlarged heart was not a contributing factor but rather an underlying issue. She claimed that in order to “create a different picture: that he caused his own death,” the Navy had added the statement of an enlarged heart as a contributing factor.
Another time, Mullen claimed she was told her son was driven from the ocean when he finished “Hell Week,” yet video showed him being hauled out of the Pacific Ocean.
A group of guys are seen coming out of the sea and onto the shore in the footage, which was sent to Fox News Digital. One of the men is cradling another SEAL candidate, whom Mullen named as her son.
She said, “I caught them in a full and total lie again.
Because the military is conducting its own inquiry, she continued, “I keep saying the probe is all [a] lie.”
“We demand justice”
Regina Mullen admitted that the hatred from those who disagreed with her action on behalf of her son. People have sent her texts calling her “crazy names” or criticizing her parenting, she claimed.
She claimed that she is fighting for a cause regardless.
Kyle “won’t rest in peace,” she declared. I also won’t stop living until the necessary improvements have been made.
Kevin Uniglicht, the lawyer for Mullen, stated that Kyle had “clear indications of pneumonia that obviously just grew worse and worse.”
Uniglicht told Fox News Digital, “We knew that there was an issue and that they had missed correctly diagnosing him on the day that he had passed away. However, now that we have information, including information provided by the Navy, it is obvious that they should have had it days earlier.
So they could have saved him on Wednesday, he continued. On Thursday, they could have saved him. On Friday morning, they had a chance to save him. And even after they failed to save him those three times, they still had the opportunity to do so later that day, when he ended “Hell Week.”
When asked how long they would continue to advocate for Kyle, Uniglicht responded that he thought Regina “never wants to let her son’s name die.”
He stated that they were primarily aiming to accomplish three things: “One is way more transparency in these investigations. The second thing is that we want change. Additionally, some reform has already begun, which is wonderful news. Then comes justice. We want to see responsible people respond, in my opinion.
“Quite frankly, it’s feasible that even today, since Kyle died away, Kyle may have saved lives just by his death,” he continued. However, we seek justice.
Photo credit: Facebook/Regina Mullen.
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