Kendrick Johnson: 2 Brothers Accused of Involvement in Classmate’s Death Deny Any Wrongdoing on TV

kendrick-johson-brian-bellNews One Reports: Branden and Brian Bell, the brothers accused of involvement in the January 2013 death of Georgia teenager Kendrick Johnson, are speaking out for the first time since the 17-year-old’s body was found rolled up in a gym mat.

In an investigative report by WSB-TV Atlanta, the brothers, who are also sons of FBI agent Rick Bell, denied any wrongdoing in the teen’s death. Johnson was found dead in a rolled up gym mat at his high school in Valdosta, Georgia.

The brothers (ages 18 and 20) were accused of tormenting and assaulting Johnson before his death. Medical examiners said he died by positional asphyxia, but an independent autopsy commissioned by his parents found “unexplained, apparent non-accidental blunt force trauma” to Johnson’s body.

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