Jordan died in 2006 of diabetes, but cops have raided his former Brooklyn home more than a dozen times since his death. Jordan’s widow Karen told the NY Post that she has told the police several times that James is dead.
Frustrated relatives posted Jordan’s death certificate on the front door as a deterrent to keep cops away. Jordan’s final encounter with the law occurred in 1996. His widow said the police wanted him for turnstile jumping. She has since filed a lawsuit against the city in a Brooklyn federal court.
Jordan’s widow says cops have raided the Brooklyn home four times this year. The city’s Law Department didn’t respond to media inquiries. James Jordan Jr. said he only wants his father to rest in peace. Visit the New York Post for more details about this story.