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    The parents of Kendrick Johnson, the 17-year-old Lowndes High School student who was found dead inside a rolled up gym mat in January 2013, are making another plea for fellow students and families to come forward with answers now that new evidence has emerged about their son’s mysterious death. The Johnson family has never stopped […]

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    The outrageous tragedy of Kendrick Johnson may finally get a hearing in court, as his parents filed a $100 million lawsuit against 38 people—including local, state and federal law enforcement officials and three classmates—in the wake of Johnson’s death at Lowndes High School in Valdosta two years ago when the 17-year-old was found upside down […]

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    There are new developments in the case of Kendrick Johnson, a 17-year-old Black student found dead in a school gym in Lowndes County, Ga. in 2013. CNN reported that federal marshals, warrant in hand, seized emails from the Lowndes County sheriff’s office on July 21 and 22 related to the federal grand jury investigation into […]

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    When a young Black person is found dead in the South, the circumstances surrounding that death seem to remain a mystery, shrouded in controversy and uncertainty. This was the case with Emmett Till, Sandra Bland and Kendrick Johnson. Johnson’s parents have dropped their $100 million wrongful death lawsuits, with a plan to revisit the litigation, […]

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    While continuing the search for answers into their son’s death, the parents of Kendrick Johnson were dealt another heavy blow. On Thursday, a judge ordered Kenneth and Jackie Johnson to pay the legal fees of Brian and Brandon Bell, the brothers they accused of killing their son in a $10 million wrongful death lawsuit filed […]

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    A federal judge has dismissed the wrongful death suit filed by the parents of a South Georgia teen found dead in a rolled-up gym mat in 2013. U.S. District Court Judge Louis W. Sands Sr. dismissed the case on Wednesday, June 14, citing Kenneth and Jacquelyn Johnson’s negligence in failing to serve the defendants with their […]