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Prayers for his wife, children, grandchildren and all affected by this sad event.— Jeff Hoover (@KYHoover) December 14, 2017In America, those accused of wrongdoing are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
Persons posting accusations on social media as truth, and those who are self righteous and indignant over mere accusations must do better. Matt Bevin also posted on Twitter about Johnson's death.
On Tuesday, Johnson held a news conference in the pulpit of his church, which he began by leading friends and family in singing a portion of the Christmas carol "O Come All Ye Faithful." He said the allegations against him were "totally false" and said they were part of a nationwide strategy of defeating conservative Republicans. He wrote that PTSD "is a sickness that will take my life, I cannot handle it any longer.
It has won this life, BUT HEAVEN IS MY HOME." The post appears to have been removed.
"The public and, in particular, young females, need protection from you."You spoke of not knowing to what extremes you would have gone but for your arrest."It is difficult to imagine anything much worse."Watkins will be eligible for release in about 20 years and spend the rest of his sentence on licence, meaning he must adhere to certain conditions or face recall to prison."Ian Watkins was the ringleader of this terrible conspiracy and it is right that his sentence reflects this," a Crown Prosecution Service spokeswoman said in a statement after sentencing."He is a highly dangerous and manipulative individual who preyed on his victims in a calculated manner.
"You are a deeply corrupting influence, you are highly manipulative, you are a sexual predator, you are dangerous.Personal attacks don’t have to be part of politics.— Jeff Hoover (@KYHoover) December 14, 2017Sen. Paul called it "just terrible news" while Bevin wrote that "may God indeed shed His grace on us all...We sure need it."Just terrible news from Kentucky tonight on the passing of Rep. I cannot imagine his pain or the heartbreak his family is dealing with tonight.According to WDRB, the coroner said police were alerted after someone saw Johnson's Facebook post, and officers then pinged Johnson's phone and found his body.Michael Skoler, the president of Louisville Public Media, which owns the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting, released a statement saying they are "deeply sad" over Johnson's death.
Skoler said they had repeatedly reached out to Johnson for comment over the course of the seven-month investigation.