After Louisville Police Shooting Deaths, Cases Quietly Closed

Usually, when LMPD kills someone, families are left entirely in the dark about how the police are handling the case, an investigation by Newsy and the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting found.

As Attention on Police Violence Grows, Families Band Together To Seek Justice

The green house at the corner of 29th and St. Xavier streets is still scarred with bullet holes. Larry Jordan points them out one-by-one as a crowd gathers on the sidewalk. Nearly everyone comes wearing a red t-shirt with a picture of Jordan’s son, Demonjhea, emblazoned on the front. Demonjhea Jordan was killed by Louisville Metro Police in a hail of gunfire that erupted shortly after noon on April 24, 2018.