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Last Revised: Jan. 17, 2014
If our actions are to lead to justice, we must be strategic. Collecting and distributing information. Coordinating activities. And staying energized to see it through. This page is dedicated to the ongoing work around justice for Pfc. LaVena L. Johnson. We will continue to add information and ask that you get involved with activities that we will post under “Call to Action”.
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What the Death of Pfc. LaVena Johnson Says About Us (Warning – Graphic Material)
On July 19, 2005, Pfc. LaVena Johnson, a daughter of Dr. John Johnson and Mrs. Linda Johnson, died while serving in Balad, Iraq. The Army ruled the death as suicide. Investigations led by the parents uncovered evidence of murder. Read more …
Pfc. LaVena Johnson’s Parents Discuss Her Life and Her Death (Audio/Interview)
On Jan. 15, 2014, Dr. John H. and Mrs. Linda Johnson appeared on blogtalk’s Books and Bullshhh program to discuss their daughter, deceased Pfc. LaVena Johnson. Kenneth D. Price joined producer Drica Armstrong in the interview that covered a range of topics. To hear the interview, visit the webpage by clicking here.
National Moment of Silence (2013)
On July 27, 2013 at exactly 10:00 am, thousands of people across the country paused for a moment of silence in memory of Pfc. LaVena Johnson. Fox 2 now of St. Louis, Missouri covered this event and the family’s ongoing call for justice in the death of Pfc. Johnson. Click here.
Department of Defense Annual Report on Sexual Assault in the Military FY 2012
The 2-volume set presents DOD statistics and analysis of reports of sexual assault in the military for FY 2012. The report discusses policy, programs, and victim support measures. Note that kennethdprice.com includes this document not as an endorsement, but simply to make the public aware of the government’s position. Click for: VOLUME I, VOLUME II.
The official website for community engagement in the matter of justice for Pfc. LaVena Johnson. Find a profile of Pfc. Johnson. Media campaign information. Links. And contact information. Click here.
The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPRO)
SAPRO is responsible for oversight of the Department’s sexual assault policy. SAPRO works hand-in-hand with the Services and the civilian community to develop and implement innovative prevention and response programs. To visit the SAPRO website, click here.
CALL TO ACTION
I’m IN! for LaVena
We must act now while being prepared for a longer struggle. Want to get involved with this effort? If so, visit this page to sign-up. We need you to make justice come true. Click here.
White House Petition: Order the Re-Investigation of the Death of Pfc. LaVena Johnson
Sign this petition created Jan. 19, 2014 on the White House website. Share the petition with at least 15 people. And ask that they sign and share with 15 others. Click here.
CHANGE.Org Petition – It’s Time to ACT Now! Claim Justice for PFC. LaVena Johnson
This CHANGE.Org petition asks Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill reopen an investigation into the death of PFC. LaVena Lynn Johnson. Please sign the petition. Click here.
The LaVena L. Johnson College Scholarship Fund
Keep Pfc. LaVena’s Johnson’s vision for continuing her education by investing in the lives of others. Dr. John and Mrs. Linda Johnson have created a scholarship fund to honor their daughter. Donations can be made to: The LaVena L. Johnson College Scholarship Fund P.O. Box 117 Florissant, MO 63032.
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