Alfred Wright an African American physical therapist from Texas, went missing on November 7, 2013, while traveling to treat a patient. Alfreds body was found weeks later by a volunteer searchers when the police seemed to have given up. On December 2, 2013 A preliminary autopsy concludes that Alfred Wright died an accidental death responsible by drug overdose and his entire body was in good condition. ABC News reported that Private Investigator Suspects a Foul Play on Alfred Wrights death. check it the article below.


A private investigator suspects foul play in a Texas man’s mysterious death, alleging that authorities botched the initial investigation.

The death of Alfred Wright, 28, has upended the small town of Jasper, Texas.

Wright had been last seen Nov. 7. He went missing after his truck broke down. He was found dead 19 days later in an area where the police claimed they had already searched.

At the time, authorities suspected a drug overdose. But his family was skeptical, so they hired a pathologist, as well as private investigator Chuck Foreman.

In an exclusive interview with ABC News, Foreman said police failed to properly investigate Wright’s disappearance and death.

“They have not interviewed the family, they have not searched the truck, they just didn’t do the due diligence that you demand from law enforcement,” Foreman said.

Officials at the Sabine County Sherriff’s Office said this morning they had no one available to comment on Foreman’s accusations.

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