Lobsterman: Cocaine, booze and sleep deprivation caused at-sea injuries

Lobsterman Jody LeBlanc had been awake for most of two days, snorting cocaine and drinking alcohol aboard the F/V Jacqueline Robin, when he was knocked over by a deck-breaching wave and injured so severely, LeBlanc makes that allegation in a federal lawsuit claiming his injuries are permanent and caused by a reckless culture of drug and alcohol abuse aboard the lobster boat, that “rent” was collected from the crew to buy drugs and booze, and its consumption was “encouraged.” Being litigated in U.S. District Court of New Hampshire, LeBlanc’s suit was filed by Maine attorney Alicia Curtis, who did not respond to a request seeking comment or an interview with her client. >click to read< 15:17

One Response to Lobsterman: Cocaine, booze and sleep deprivation caused at-sea injuries

  1. Larry says:

    So what your saying is Each time you boarded the vessel You was forcefully subdued and given these drugs. I’m thinking your just looking for some quick cash for your next fix.

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