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Justice for Travis Jordan

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Justice for Travis Jordan

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“I expected an ambulance to come and convince him to get treatment at the hospital,” Tarin Vang said after calling 311 requesting a wellness check for her boyfriend, Travis Jordan. “I thought someone could come to save his life, calm him down and take him somewhere safe where he could get into a better frame of mind. I thought they would send someone who could help him come back to his senses.”

Two police officers with less than 11 months of experience responded to her call, MPD Officers Ryan Keyes and Neal Walsh. After following the officers request to leave his home, a complying and dispirited Travis was shot 8 times by officers. ⁣

Travis Jordan should still be alive today. ⁣

Travis' family is demanding:⁣
Travis’ case be REOPENED along with all other cases related to police violence.⁣

Officers Neal Walsh and Ryan Keyes to be charged and prosecuted for the murder of Travis Jordan.⁣

For his belongings to be given back to the family. Mike Freeman refuses to give back Travis’ notebook and black leather bracelet even though the case is closed. This is ILLEGAL.⁣

Mental health professionals to be first responders on scene during a mental health crisis, NOT the police.⁣

Visit 'Justice for Travis Jordan' on Facebook to support the family and learn more.⁣

Photos from Justice for Travis Jordan - 38th Birthday Protest - July 31, 2020

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03/16/2021

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03/26/2021

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08/05/2020

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This item was submitted on March 16, 2021 by Dana Bell using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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