The Justice Department is investigating the death of a young man in Texas reportedly found mutilated after he'd been missing for almost three weeks. Volunteer searchers found the body of Alfred Wright, a 28-year-old physical therapist from Jasper, Texas, on Nov. 25 in a field 25 yards from the Sabine County, Texas, liquor store where he was last seen on Nov. 7. Searchers found him missing an ...
Alfred Wright's body was found on a rural Texas road weeks after he went missing last November. His family believes he was murdered, and the DOJ is now looking into how local police investigated the case
The Department of Justice is investigating the death of Alfred Wright, a physical therapist who disappeared and died under mysterious circumstances in an isolated section of Texas, U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee said Monday.
Breaking news in the death of Alfred Wright. The Texas father disappeared last November. His remains were found by his family after police called off their search. The local sheriff says there is no sign of foul play, but Wright's family is alleging a murder and cover-up. Deborah Feyerick has the breaking news.
Alfred Wright is the rural Texas father of two who vanished last November. His family found his body nearly three weeks later, two weeks after local authorities gave up searching. The local sheriff told them there was no sign of foul play. Wright's family is disputing nearly everything in the official account. Deborah Feyerick reports on a puzzling item found near Wright's body, and why some believe it might be a deadly 'calling card.' Deborah Feyerick is Keeping Them Honest. Click here for part 1 of this investigation Click here for part 2 of this investigation