kendrick johnson*It’s one thing to have to live with the fact that your deceased teenage son was found inside a rolled-up wrestling mat at school.

Now you have a new reason to suspect foul play was covered up by investigators … because he was buried without his internal organs. That’s the situation the family of Kendrick Johnson finds themselves in today.

The body of Johnson, 17, was found Jan. 11 in south Georgia. Lowndes County sheriff’s investigators concluded that he died in a freak accident, falling headfirst into an upright mat and becoming trapped. But Johnson’s family believes he was killed and has been pressuring authorities into taking a second look at the case.

The teenager’s family announced Thursday that the Florida lawyer who helped push for a criminal prosecution in the shooting of Trayvon Martin has joined efforts to reopen an investigation into Johnson’s death. His parents also revealed that when Johnson’s body was exhumed over the summer for a second autopsy, the private pathologist discovered his organs were missing and newspaper had been used to fill the body cavity.

“I feel outraged about them stuffing my son’s body with newspaper,” Jaquelyn Johnson said.

Benjamin Crump, the lawyer who helped focus national attention on the 2012 shooting death of Martin by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, said the discovery raises questions about why Johnson’s organs went missing and couldn’t be examined in the follow-up autopsy the family requested

Benjamin Crump, the lawyer who helped focus national attention on the 2012 shooting death of Martin by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, said the discovery raises questions about why Johnson’s organs went missing and couldn’t be examined in the follow-up autopsy the family requested.

“When you think about it logically, it seems to be some kind of conspiracy to conceal the truth about what happened to Kendrick and who did it to him,” Crump said.

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