Too Much Truth: Kendrick Johnson Update

October 11, 2013 11:00 AM
Too Much Truth: Kendrick Johnson Update
" Kendrick Johnson was a 17 year old high school student at Lowndes County High School in Valdosta, GA.

The intial report, a little less than a year ago, said that Johnson was reaching for his sneaker that he dropped in a rolled up mat. He got stuck in the mat while he was trying to retrieve his shoe and suffocated to death. Basically, it was a tragic accident and there was no foul play in relation to his death.

Now Johnson’s parents and their attorney have released a video showing the crime scene which raises questions of foul play "

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