Friday, March 21, 2014

Bulletin: Kendrick Johnson; Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that investigators have debunked the email claiming Kendrick Johnson was murdered.

STORY: "Investigators debunk email claiming Kendrick Johnson was murdered," by reporter Christian Boone, published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution  on March 20,2014.

GIST: An anonymous email claiming to have information about “what really happened to Kendrick Johnson” has been dismissed as nothing more than schoolyard gossip, investigators told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Thursday..........Though never publicly named, the 16-year-old classmate referenced in the email — as well as his older brother, now in college — has been repeatedly linked to Johnson’s death by supporters of the family and even their attorneys. Last November, Ebony magazine strongly hinted at their involvement without mentioning their alibis, which had been confirmed by law enforcement months earlier. The brothers have since received a torrent of menacing tweets and Facebook posts, and their mother said she fears a new wave of threats will follow today’s news. The AJC is not identifying the brothers or any of the other minors mentioned in the email. Jones said the girl who sent the email will likely not face any criminal charges. “There was no malicious intent in the email,” he said. “She had heard rumors over and over and felt the need to report it.” Benjamin Crump, lawyer for the Johnsons, did not respond to a request seeking comment on the latest developments."


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