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Georgia / Johnson Death #1052982

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 08, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Georgia: Victor Blackwell) The strange circumstances around the death of high school student Kendrick Johnson reviewed; scenes and photos shown from the Lowndes County, Georgia, high school gym where Johnson was found dead. [In CNN exclusive interview, Kenneth JOHNSON - says Kendrick was murdered in the gym.] [Former FBI agent Harold COPAS - talks about the evidence that was not checked.] [In May, Lowndes County sheriff's department Lt. Stryde JONES†- says the blood was not Johnson's and was not fresh.] [Sheriff Chris PRINE†- says the case is closed.] The investigation of Johnson's death, what the school superintendent has said, what the US attorney Michael Moore has said about a possible criminal investigation discussed. Upcoming Items

(Studio: Anderson Cooper)

Cooper, Anderson;
Blackwell, Victor

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