This lady is a Scientist who is a whistleblower pertaining to the truth on Fukushima!
Fukushima was planned years ago to depopulate the earth as radiation is the best way to do such an evil act. Must listen to this! Warn your family and friends so they can take measures to protect themselves!
This is all a part of the Agenda 21 act.
Our only hope is in Messiah Yahusha/Jesus Christ.
Valdosta, Georgia (CNN) -- The death of 17-year-old Kendrick Johnson was awful enough for his parents. Then came the doubts about investigators' conclusion that it was an accident.
But the discovery that their son's body and skull had been stuffed with newspaper before burial added a horrific new dimension to their anguish and further fueled their skepticism of the official findings.
"We have been let down again," his father, Kenneth Johnson, told CNN. "When we buried Kendrick, we thought we were burying Kendrick, not half of Kendrick."
Kendrick Johnson was found dead in a gym at Lowndes County High School in January. State medical examiners concluded that the three-sport athlete suffocated after getting stuck in a rolled-up gym mat while reaching for a sneaker.
Death was not accidental, family's autopsy finds
His parents, Kenneth and Jacquelyn Johnson, never have bought that explanation. They won a court order to have their son's body exhumed and a second autopsy performed in June.
New autopsy finds teen death not accident
During an autopsy, internal organs are removed and examined before being returned for burial. But when Dr. Bill Anderson, the private pathologist who conducted the second autopsy, opened up the teen's remains, the brain, heart, lungs, liver and other viscera were missing. Every organ from the pelvis to the skull was gone.
"I'm not sure at this point who did not return the organs to the body," Anderson said. "But I know when we got the body, the organs were not there."
Two entities had custody of Kendrick Johnson's body after his death -- the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, which conducted the first autopsy in January; and the Harrington Funeral Home in Valdosta, which handled the teen's embalming and burial.
Police in China have offered a reward for information about an attack on a young boy whose eyes were forcibly removed, state media say.
The incident happened in Fenxi, Shanxi province, on 24 August.
The six-year-old boy went out to play and was found several hours later by his parents with his eyes removed.
The little boy is now recovering in hospital. Police have offered a reward of 100,000 yuan ($16,340, £10,500) for information linked to the case.
The boy's parents are said to be farmers. His mother said her son told them he was walking outside when a woman attacked him, state media reported.
Police found the little boy's eyeballs at the scene. Initial local reports said the corneas were missing, potentially pointing towards organ trafficking.
Police now say, however, that the corneas were not missing.
"We are sparing no efforts to solve this case," a police officer named Liu told the Associated Press news agency.
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