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Majewski was a member the Sixth Marines, having fought in the Okinawa campaign alongside Lieutenant Cole Phelps and Sergeant Jack Kelso as a rifleman. On their way home from the war, Majewski and his fellow Marines were shipped on board the SS Coolridge. They reflected on their unsatisfactory jobs to return home to, prompting Courtney Sheldon convincing everyone to stealing the cargo of army surplus morphine with the intent to sell on the streets. With the exception of Kelso, they committed the theft, stealing half a million syrettes.
Events of L.A. Noire
However, there was a feud between Mickey Cohen and Sheldon. Cohen started into selling the morphine to the addicted, gaining a considerable advantage on the cities drug trade, since the morphine required no preparation. Sheldon, realizing this, pulled out of the deal with Cohen. Cohen retaliated by ordering the assassinations of the Marines involved in the morphine heist. Two gunmen were sent after Majewski, and he was shot and killed inside Robert's Diner. Detectives Phelps and Roy Earle arrived on the scene and gave chase to the killers. The ended in the streets where Phelps and Earle killed Majewski's assassins in a shootout.
- "Manifest Destiny" (Deceased)
- His surname is of Polish origin.