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<p>Michael Moore, the U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Georgia, said Thursday that his office will conduct a formal review the death of Georgia teenager Kendrick Johnson, who was found dead in a rolled up gym mat at his high school in January. "I will follow the facts wherever they lead. My objective is to discover the truth," Moore said. His office has been examining the case for the past few months at the request of Johnson's family, which doesn't accept local authorities' conclusion that the death was accidental. Photo courtesy of CNN. </p>

Michael Moore, the U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Georgia, said Thursday that his office will conduct a formal review the death of Georgia teenager Kendrick Johnson, who was found dead in a rolled up gym mat at his high school in January. "I will follow the facts wherever they lead. My objective is to discover the truth," Moore said. His office has been examining the case for the past few months at the request of Johnson's family, which doesn't accept local authorities' conclusion that the death was accidental. Photo courtesy of CNN.

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Nearly 10 months after their son died, the parents of Kendrick Johnson are finally getting what they've been asking for: another investigation into the teen's mysterious death in the gym of Lowndes High School in Valdosta, Georgia.