Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Mother of Kendrick Johnson blames entire Lowndes High School Wrestling Team for her son's death

lowndes wrestling team
Kendrick Johnson 
UPDATE:  Please see Adam Floyd's article in today's Valdosta Times:
On the day of the event, the wrestling team took the school’s first lunch session which lasts from 11:32 a.m. to 12:02 p.m. on Thursdays, said Turner. The team and coaches then boarded a bus and left for Macon, Turner said.
This information is off about an hour to the "approximate" time given to me by sources and mentioned in the video below.  Nevertheless, this time is many hours prior to the time Chevene King claims the bus left.  More after jump

Kendrick Johnson died of positional asphyxiation on January 10, 2013.  His story and all pertinent documents can be found in the tabs above under "Kendrick Johnson".

Since the day of his death, Johnson's mother has blamed the sons of FBI agent, Richard Bell, on the premise that the entire state of Georgia, including the Valdosta school system, and all Federal agencies would cover for him.  This, of course, is nonsense, especially when you consider the fact that the US Attorney, Michael Moore, sent the two boys and their father target letters.  Even so, they've never been questioned by anyone on Michael Moore's team who are "reviewing" the case...in fact, they've never been asked to come in or testify before the grand jury.  For whatever reason, the US Attorney is humoring the Johnson family and their lawyers.  There is not now, nor has there ever been, evidence of a murder.  It was an accident...yet a man who was elected to one of the highest offices in government, cannot bring himself to close the case. (Video after jump)

Millions are being spent in subpoenas, paperwork, and man hours...children's lives are being ruined by gossip on social media....yet this weasel of a man can't nut up and tell the Johnson's to accept the truth and go back to work.

The latest can be dismissed with a single tweet....see that tweet after the following video or it will not make much sense.  This is NOT just the press conference video...other information has been added.

I've been told by five different people the bus left at "approximately" 10:00 am.   My blog is set to CST.  Georgia is EST.  The time that shows up on my computer when I take a screenshot, and the time that shows up in my blog are different (both are set to CST), but either way - the bus left well before 4:00.  It takes about 2 1/2 hours to get from Valdosta to Macon.  They get off the bus, unload the bus, and the teams weigh in.  That is at least 3 1/2 - 4 hours.

Enough, seriously.