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Chief medical examiner stands by accidental death ruling in Kendrick Johnson case

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. (WSB) -- The Georgia Chief Medical Examiner is standing by his agency's ruling that a high school student's bizarre death was a freak accident.

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nativejax - 10/26/2013 10:59 PM
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Unbelievable...I would be pizzing mad if that were my son. I bet this medical examiners believes in tooth fairies too.

Gunny48 - 10/26/2013 4:15 PM
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edit "How did the shoe get up their?" ("their" should have been "there")oops

Gunny48 - 10/26/2013 4:12 PM
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Reportedly, the young man's body was found rolled up in a wrestling mat at Lowndes High School. "I believe that Kendrick lost a shoe that fell down in the center of this mat. He went down to try to get it ... (and) had his arms extended trying to reach down and slipped and could not get out," Sperry said. {{{A shoe fell down in a mat which had to be standing vertical for the "fell down" to work. How did the shoe get up their? thrown? by whom?? If thrown or put in the mat most likely by someone else as a joke/hazing/bullying so where were they when he went to get it out?? Did they shove him in further & leave not realizing the consequences = positional asphyxia? I agree "accident" is not sufficient.}}}
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