Petition Closed
Petitioning Research Medical Center Liz Tremain and 8 others
This petition will be delivered to:
Research Medical Center
Liz Tremain
Kansas City Police Department
Daryl Forte'
Office of Quality Monitoring
The Joint Commission
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Senate
Missouri State House
Missouri State Senate
President of the United States
Missouri Governor

Research Medical Center, Kansas City Police Department: Justice: Hospital Forced Man To Leave Husband's Bedside by Prejudice Cops

Equal rights and doing what's right is needed for all Americans. Whatever reason you're in the hospital, your family is there to comfort you, without any presence of discrimination. Allen Mansell was forced in the hospital by cops because of false allegations from his brother. Roger Gorley is his husband and was forced out by security (the nurse refused confirming the two make medical decisions for each other), and handcuffed by cops (wearing gloves for views that every gay man has AIDS) in front of his daughter and granddaughter. Allen wanted his husband there, not his brother.


Letter to
Research Medical Center Liz Tremain
Kansas City Police Department Daryl Forte'
Office of Quality Monitoring The Joint Commission
and 6 others
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Senate
Missouri State House
Missouri State Senate
President of the United States
Missouri Governor
Justice: Hospital Forced Man To Leave Husband's Bedside by Prejudice Cops
Equal rights and doing what's right is needed for all Americans. Whatever reason you're in the hospital, your family is there to comfort you, without any presence of discrimination. Allen Mansell was forced in the hospital by cops because of false allegations from his brother. Roger Gorley is his husband and was forced out by security (the nurse refused confirming the two make medical decisions for each other), and handcuffed by cops (wearing gloves for views that every gay man has AIDS) in front of his daughter and granddaughter. Allen wanted his husband there, not his brother. Make sure this never happens again by the hospital staff and police officers. The hospital needs to respect the patients rights and wishes, without discrimination. The police force needs to follow their new mission statement of "to protect and serve with professionalism, honor, and integrity" and the old mission statement of "partnering with the community to protect life and property while reducing fear and disorder".