It amazes me that people can always remember the bad things that people have done and love to spread gossip throughout the newspapers and topix. I commend Ms. Johnson for clarifying the facts as to what happened to her brother and not the accusations that people suspected what he died from. I am not from the area but had once lived in Alleghany County, I had gotten to know Bryon just from a few of his friends who helped me do some work on a piece of property that I had purchased. Some of you would have turned your snobby ass noses up, but to me I was appreciative of the work and respect I received from this young man and his friends. I was not able to attend his service but did have a moment of silence to myself during the time of his service. In closing, I just want to say two things, people who live in glass houses cannot afford to throw stones, and if you cannot say anything good about anyone, then keep your damn mouth shut. RIP young man and I am sure you are up in heaven smiling down on those idiots who are talking trash about you. My parents taught me to respect everyone no matter of color, sex, or any out of the norm whatever the hell norm is!!! Just respect people, we have no idea where we may be within the next minute, hour ,or day. For now repent for your sins and just make sure before you speak next time about someone who has helped others, wonder what people are saying about you!