Il corpo di un sostenitore LGBTQ e fratello di un ex sindaco di Miami è stato scoperto in una discarica

La morte di un sostenitore LGBTQ e fratello di un ex sindaco di Miami è indagata come omicidio, hanno detto le autorità, dopo che il suo corpo è stato scoperto in una discarica della Florida.

Jorge Diaz-Johnston, a plaintiff in a historic same-sex marriage lawsuit against Miami-Dade County in 2014, was found dead at a Jackson County landfill on January 8, il Tallahassee Police Department disse.
The body had been in trash collected from an Okaloosa County landfill that morning and transported to Jackson County by a garbage transportation company, secondo una dichiarazione released by the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office.
      The 54-year-old was last seen January 3 in Tallahassee, ha detto la polizia.
        Diaz-Johnston and his husband Don Johnston were one of six couples who filed a lawsuit in Miami-Dade County in 2014 challenging Florida’s ban on same-sex marriage. A Miami-Dade circuit judge ruled in the couplesfavor in 2015.
          There are just no words for the loss of my beloved husband Jorge Isaias Diaz-Johnston,” Johnston ha scritto sui social media mercoledì. “He touched so many people with his kind and generous heart.
          Manny Diaz, chair of the Florida Democratic Party and the mayor of Miami from 2001-2009, [object Window] thanking police and city officials who worked to locate his brother and investigate the circumstances surrounding his disappearance.
            I am profoundly appreciative of the outpouring of support shown to me, my brother-in-law Don, and my family after the loss of my brother, Jorge Diaz-Johnston. My brother was such a special gift to this world whose heart and legacy will continue to live on for generations to come,” diceva la dichiarazione.
            The investigation into Diaz-Johnston’s death is ongoing, the Tallahassee Police Department said. Investigators asked for those with any information to contact detectives.

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