Board Says Stuffing Kendrick Johnson's Body With Newspaper Was Not Illegal
A state board of Georgia said it was not illegal for a mortician to stuff the body of Kendrick Johnson with newspaper before his burial. Johnson, 17, was found dead last year in a rolled-up gym mat at Lowndes County High School in Valdosta, Georgia, a case full of sketchy details his family continues to investigate.
(Photo: Justice for Kendrick Johnson via Facebook)
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