The North Carolina NAACP plans to hold a news conference today to discuss new developments in the investigation of a Bladenboro teen's death, according to a release sent by the chapter's president.
The news conference comes after 17-year-old Lennon Lacy was found hanging from a swing set in late August. Following autopsy results revealing that Lacy died by hanging with no indication of foul play, the teen's family said they still want answers after rumors surrounding details in the case.
According to the news release, sent by the state's NAACP chapter president Rev. William Barber, Lacy's family, along with their attorneys, will join NAACP members today in Raleigh to discuss progress in the ongoing case. The news conference will take place at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church at 2:30 p.m.
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