Investigators take on Private LaVena Lynn Johnson’s case

     

 On Tuesday, July 19, the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute (CCIRI) at CHI Institute will continue its investigation into the death of 19-year-old Private LaVena Johnson by recreating the crime scene. Johnson died in July 2005 while serving in Balad, Iraq. Army officials listed Johnson’s death as a suicide, but the evidence and circumstances have investigators taking another look at the case.

The CCIRI has taken on high profile cases such as Chandra Levy, Natalee Holloway, Tupac Shakur and The Boston Strangler. Each year the CCIRI investigates a new cold case and this year has chosen Johnson’s case. The CCIRI’s crime scene reconstruction will help shed light on this case that has attracted worldwide attention. The case was also the inspiration for the documentary, “LaVena Johnson – The Silent Truth.”

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13 Responses to Investigators take on Private LaVena Lynn Johnson’s case

  1. Leon Morton says:

    Where can we get updates on the investigation??

  2. jeremy malave says:

    So glad to see something being done..For her service thats how these maggots thank her.soo sad..The dushing with a acid would def say someone destroying evidence of rape and obv dna.Or covering it up depending on who did it.She signed up to serve and protect her country only to be let down by her country.amazing wtf country do i live in am i in the middle east……That 19 Year old young lady and her perents deserve them bastards to pay,Public outrage where is it. Jeremy m.

  3. Sheena says:

    YES….THAT’s what I’m talking about! Show them how stupid it was to rule my friends death a suicide!

  4. rmaassen says:

    Leaving a comment every for every military site, every governmental body and face book and asking the question: Where is the Justice for US Army Private LaVena Lynn Johnson?

  5. Luke Easter says:

    Investigate her death? Rosa Parks had a death. LaVena was MURDERED.

  6. Teneika says:

    Lord have mercy this is horrible, I can’t believe stuff like this actually go on in the world!!! I hope justice is served and they get whoever done this, how do they sleep at night knowing they have tormented someone like this!!! Lord this gave touched me in a major way!!

  7. hosen Online says:

    Excellent article. I absolutely appreciate
    this site. Thanks!

  8. My heart goes out to the family, I hope they found whoever did this, military is always covering up stuff that’s what they do best..

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