First off. let me send out my condolences to the family and friends of these men.
One or a few of them may read this, and I would not want to disrespect them in any way. This is just so sad.
First of all there is no sources say, in this. There was only one source , and the was the 4th man, .."Schuyler"..who by the way.. is acting real shadey...the only man who happened to survive.
His take on what happened was foggy at best. His refusal to speak directly to the media..is disturbing as well. After rest and relaxation, the story of what happened should be clear.
Yet, His nonchalant attitude about this raises eyebrows. .
It's just that Empathy is on his side, so he is not being pressed for specifics.
I for one, do not believe these gentleman gave up . I heard Cory's father on Larry King that *** insist that his son would never have given up..and just swam off to die. Why swim off. Just go under and drown.
Nah...I personally think it came down to a matter of not all of these very athletic average weight of 200lb men.. being able to hold on to this small sinking boat..
But not a situation, where all but one, so happened to "give up" and swim off into the deep.
The life jackets were found almost 16 miles away from the boat, so how would Schuyler have known that they took them off and gave up?
I believe there was likely an unfair *** of an ability of all of the men to hang on to the boat and decision had to be made. Let's just say it became an each man for himself type situation, with some words and blame maybe even being tossed around...and only one survived. Question is,..and what price?
I believe Cory and Marquis were gentleman and took the high road...they were likely forced to have to go swim for help if anything..because Schyuler would not let go of his clinging to that boat...
Just my thoughts, my theory, i could be wrong.
God bless the family.