From The New York Times:
"And though military officials have reassured the Chens that a thorough investigation is being conducted, their grief is laced with suspicion, shared by their supporters in the local Chinese community, that they will never learn the truth."
"From the little that the military has told them, family members believe that investigators are focusing on suicide as the cause of death. If that is the determination, the case may echo that of another Asian-American, Lance Cpl. Harry Lew, a Marine from California who killed himself in April in Afghanistan after fellow Marines allegedly subjected him to a brutal hazing. Last week, the Marines were ordered court-martialed. "
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Antonacci's family, however, doesn't believe he committed suicide and fear he
might have been murdered for his role in the investigation, according to ABC News.
The family says they were first told Antonacci had died in a car crash, then that he had an aneurysm; they learned the truth about his death on Facebook, they told ABC News.
The Antonaccis say their son was targeted by the Marine's friends and had asked the Navy to move him off base at Naval Station Great Lakes, Ill., for protection. They say his autopsy showed facial injuries inconsistent with a self-inflicted hanging.
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