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No Justice, No Peace: Remembering Pfc. LaVena Johnson

No Justice, No Peace: Remembering Pfc. LaVena Johnson

Army investigators ruled that LaVena committed suicide by firing her M-16 automatic rifle into her mouth. Her body was found beside the rifle in a contractor's storage tent on a U.S. military base, a trail of blood leading away from her tent, and a gunshot wound that seemed inconsistent with suicide.

'Justice For Trayvon' National Day Of Action

In over one hundred cities across the United States, “Justice for Trayvon” vigils are being planned for on Saturday, July 20 to press the federal government to investigate civil rights charges against George Zimmerman. Vigils and rallies will be held in front of federal buildings calling on the Justice Department to investigate the civil rights violations made against Trayvon Martin.