Friday, October 18, 2013

Kendrick Johnson 2nd Autopsy in July, yet no mention of newspaper replacing organs until October

Dr. William Anderson

The second autopsy on Kendrick Johnson was done in June, 2013. Between that time and early October, 2014, no one has mentioned the newspaper alleged to have been found in Kendrick's body, including Dr. William Anderson, the private ME who performed the second autopsy.


"Attorney King told me in July on a conference call that he had the second autopsy results [link]

Anderson Cooper introduces a segment on the Kendrick Johnson second autopsy report, saying it was "obtained exclusively by CNN" on a show that aired in September.  Victor Blackwell of Trayvon Martin fame is the reporter on this story. NOT ONCE is there any mention of newspaper instead of organs.  Is Dr. William Anderson so inept that he autopsied the newspaper?



9/06/2013 - Death declared a homicide after second autopsy [link]

Again, no mention the horrific discovery of newspapers instead of organs inside Kendrick's body.  This report should have worked, right?  After all, it was on CNN and pictures were shown of Kendrick's "beaten" face.  Crickets...until............

wait for it......




try and guess........



Yep....



...until, at the end of September, Benjamin Crump joins the (scheme) team of family Kendrick Johnson's family attorneys.  Less than two weeks later the newspaper-instead-of-organs bombshell hits the airwaves.  They brought in the big gun.  The big gun for gullible little minds.  It's time for your close ups Mr. and Mrs. Johnson:
Determined to get to the truth, the Johnsons hired a private pathologist, who found their son died not from suffocation, but from “unexplained, apparent non-accidental, blunt force trauma”.
In a bizarre twist, the pathologist also discovered all of Kendrick’s internal organs from his skull to pelvis were missing, and that his body and skull had been had been stuffed with newspaper before burial.
"We have been let down again," father Kenneth Johnson told CNN. 
“When we buried Kendrick, we thought we were burying Kendrick, not half of Kendrick.”

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