Friday, February 14, 2014

In Texas: The Suspicious Death of Alfred Wright

Three weeks after Alfred Wright's car broke down at a store in East Texas, his body was found at a ranch just down the road.

Days after his disappearance his watch and fragments of his clothing were found at that exact ranch.  Upon this discovery, a 3-day search of the property came up empty-handed: No Alfred Wright.  And on the 4th day, the sheriff's department's search and investigation into his disappearance abruptly ceased.

Without any sign of Alfred Wright, the sheriff, himself, concluded that Mr. Wright's disappearance was probably drug-related and probable hallucinations would explain why articles of his clothing  were ripped off and discarded, (by himself and later found on the ranch).

To add to the absurdity of the sheriff's assumptions, Wright's death was actually ruled as a drug overdose.  Although none of his family or friends have known him to use drugs and his body was found with a cut to the throat and one of his ears and two front teeth missing; along with all of his clothing save: boxers, both shoes and one sock, which held his cell phone.

Watch CNN's coverage of Alfred Wright's disappearance and death:

The last few minutes of the below video speaks on the major discrepancies between the initial autopsy performed and the autopsy the family ordered.

I hope Alfred Wright's family receives answers and justice.  It is extremely obvious that his death was no accident.  And it especially was not caused by his own actions.  His body seems to have been placed on that ranch.  Probably less than a full day prior to its discovery, and weeks since the sheriff conducted a search of the property.  Wright didn't wander there on his own and lay down to die.  Someone is responsible for taking his life and there are people blessed with life everyday that have exact knowledge of his demise.

For his family's sake, I hope the law works efficiently on this case and his killer(s) are found, tried and jailed.  However, law of man aside, whoever carried out this wrong surely has a world of wrong coming to them in their lifetime.


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