Georgia, assistant district attorney has ordered a communications company to hand over Internet records after investigators received an anonymous e-mail claiming an ex-schoolmate reportedly confessed to killing Kendrick Johnson.

CNN reports:

The anonymous e-mail tip is dated January 27. The sender of the e-mail does not suggest he or she personally witnessed a confession; instead, the sender claims to have been told information by somebody who purportedly was aware of a confession in the 2013 death by one of the people implicated in the e-mail.

According to an incident report provided to CNN by the sheriff’s office, investigators interviewed two of four students identified by name in the anonymous e-mail on January 28. Both students acknowledged they knew the 17-year-old Johnson but denied any involvement in his death. The incident report does not indicate whether the investigators attempted to speak with the two other students identified in the e-mail.

Chief Assistant District Attorney Bradfield Shealy issued the subpoena to Mediacom Communications Corporation on January 28. The New York-based cable, phone and Internet provider was ordered to provide the Lowndes County grand jury with subscriber information associated with the e-mail sent through the Lowndes County sheriff’s office’s website or submit the documents to the district attorney’s office or Lt. Jones before February 26.

CNN is not naming the students mentioned in the e-mail because none of them has been named a suspect in the death of Johnson.

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5 thoughts on “Confession In Kendrick Johnson Gym-Mat Death

  1. We all know this is foul play and I hope jobs and freedom is taken from the offender and those who tried to hide the truth. A young man lost his life and his parents and family deserve to know what really happened. So sad

  2. This is not, in my opinion, as big a break as it appears to be. But I could be wrong. It sounds like the email was sent from someone who heard somebody else say that they may know who did it. I guess time will tell.

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