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The death of 17-year-old Kendrick Johnson has been the source of grief for the family and confusion for others involved in the tragedy. Kendrick was found dead, upside down, inside a rolled up gym mat on Jan. 11, 2013. Much has been written about the circumstances surrounding the discovery of the young man’s body, but there…

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The tragic death of Valdosta High School student Kendrick Johnson made national news over in 2013. The Black teen was found dead in a rolled up gym mat at Lowndes High School where he attended. The circumstances surrounding his death and pictures of his body post-mortem caused outrage and allegations of a cover-up that included…

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  The ‘Hacktivist’ group Anonymous has been a consistent source of counter cultural news and activism. The latest alleged video from Anonymous now deals with the mystery surrounding the death of black teen Kendrick Johnson.  Johnson’s body was found rolled up in school wrestling mat in Valdosta, Georgia and was officially ruled accidental by the…

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There’s breaking news overnight in the Kendrick Johnson case. An unidentified student confessed in an email in January 2014 that he killed Kendrick Johnson. The anonymous e-mail tip is dated Jan. 27. The sender of the email does not suggest he or she personally witnessed a confession. However, the sender claims to have received information…

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The family of Valdosta, Ga., teen Kendrick Johnson is suing the funeral home that processed his body. News reports revealed that Johnson’s body cavity was stuffed with newspaper and had no internal organs. The family contends that the funeral home improperly disposed of Johnson’s organs to hinder the investigation into his death. Harrington Funeral Home…

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The south Georgia funeral home, Harrington Funeral Home, that stuffed 17 year old Kendrick Johnson’s body with newspaper has been cleared of wrongdoing and didn’t break any laws. Johnson’s family filed a complaint with the Georgia Board of Funeral Service when during the second autopsy medical professionals discovered newspaper was used to replace his missing…

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