Lisa N. Johnson was murdered but it was ruled a suicide

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Lisa Johnson was reported missing Thursday, February 27, 2020 after she went to the Muckleshoot Bingo and Casino first in Auburn, Washington in King County on Tuesday night, February 25, 2020. The Detective would not give us the time she arrived or departure time from this casino. Why? The missing person report was made by me, Lisa’s father, Larry Johnson.  It was also found that she had gone to second casino Emerald Queen in Fife, Washington in Pierce County. On Saturday morning, February 29th, she was found dead under a bridge at 1927 32ND Ave W and Howe St West in Seattle, Washington in King County. Her car was found March 8, 2020 3.5 miles from where her body was found. Car and body found 50 miles from Lisa residence and the car had broken rear passenger window with body damage to passenger front fender.

The Medical examiner did not do a complete report. They have reports for suicide and murder and the only different is hair and nail clipping were not done. The death certificate describes her cause of death was due to multiple blunt force injuries.  The death certificate also describes her injury occurred from her jumping from a height with the place of the injury under the bridge with the manner of death being suicide. There are still missing items Lisa had with her that day that were never found.

Lisa was a 46-year-old Black female, who lived with her identical twin sister in Puyallup, Washington in Pierce County. Lisa and her twin sister were extremely close and seldom were they apart. Lisa had a very close relationship with us, and she visited us in Graham, Washington which was nearby. Frequently Lisa and her sister called our relatives who lived in Texas.  She lived a simple life where she worked as a sales associate at Costco Warehouse. Lisa never had a criminal record. She was a joyful spirit and a fun person to be around. She was recognized for her great customer service skills and great work ethics. She was a wonderful daughter, sister, aunt and friend to many.  She was full of life and love and a joy to talk to. She gave out hugs like candy kisses.  Her greatest weakness, that I can summarize, is that she trusted society so much that she went to a casino alone to have a good time and lost her life. We need her case reopen test the additional specimens from the second autopsy and change her manner of death to murder. We also need to find the people who killed my daughter. Her life matters. #BlackLivesMatter