Everyone Has An Address: March On Mitch Morrissey
Tuesday, June 16 at 6:00pm
Hungarian Freedom Park 1001 E 1st Ave, Denver, CO
On January 26th, 2015 a Mexicana youth was murdered and then her body further brutalized by Denver Police. Jessica Hernandez was 17 years old. She was a sister, a daughter, a poet, a queer woman, a friend to many. The day that Jessica was murdered and her lifeless body thrown to the ground, Mitch Morrisey, District Attorney of Denver, arrived on the scene along with DPD officials such as Chief Robert White. Beginning minutes after her death those who hold city power in this town were acting in collusion to ensure that no officer involved would ever face charges.
While none of us should be shocked by Mitch Morrissey’s refusal to press charges,we should be angry.
Indictments aren’t justice and we have no such illusions. But we can no longer allow Mitch Morrissey to endorse Denver Police Department’s gang tactics and terrorizing of communities of color and the poor.
Everyone has an address. Mitch Morrissey has an address.
Join us on Tuesday, June 16th at Hungarian Freedom Park (Speer Blvd & Emerson St) at 6pm.
Justice for Jessica Hernandez!
Justice for Ryan Ronquillo!
Justice for Naeschylus Vinzant!
Justice for Sharod Kindell!
Justice for the Jurado brothers!
Justice for all victims of police terror!