For Immediate Release
October 14, 2020
Contact Information
JEF MUSTARD: 943-801-8263 |

(BPRW) Attorney Ben Crump and City of Delray Beach to Announce “Corey Jones Memorial Day” Ahead of the Fifth Anniversary of Jones’ Death

DELRAY, Fla. –– Nationally renowned civil rights attorney Ben Crump and the city of Delray Beach will be announcing Corey Jones Memorial Day and a statue project in his remembrance, as well as a proclamation issued by the City. There will also be a live performance of the George Floyd tribute song, “Enough,” which was written by Jeff Mustard.

 Corey Jones was a 31-year old African American man who was killed by a plainclothes police officer, Nouman K. Raja, while waiting by his disabled car for a tow truck in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Raja was charged with manslaughter by culpable negligence and attempted first-degree murder with a firearm and was sentenced to 25 years in prison on April 25, 2019.


Corey Jones’ family, including Clinton Jones Sr (father), CJ Jr. (brother) Melissa Jones (sister)

Attorney Ben Crump

Mayor Shelly Petrolia

Mack Bernard, County Commissioner

Marjorie Waldo, Executive Director of Arts Garage

Jeff Mustard, writer and producer of the song, “Enough”

Delray Beach City Commissioners



October 16, 2020, at 1 p.m. ET


LIVE EVENT STREAM: Stream the event here:



Arts Garage

94 NE 2nd Ave.

Delray Beach, FL 33444

Parking and access directly in front of Arts Garage Facility for TV News crews.






Through his work, nationally renowned civil rights and personal injury attorney Ben Crump has spearheaded a legal movement to better protect the rights of marginalized citizens. He has led landscape-changing civil rights cases and represented clients in a wide range of areas including civil rights, personal injury, labor and employment, class actions, and more. Ben Crump Law is dedicated to holding the powerful accountable. For more information, visit  



Jeff Mustard is a South Florida based, multiple award-winning tv writer/producer and music writer/producer. Mr. Mustard felt it was important to not let the fifth anniversary date of Corey’s shooting come and go without recognition. Working with the Jones Family and Delray Beach City Officials, the City agreed to declare October 18th Corey Jones Memorial Day, and will honor Corey’s life with a Proclamation. The City is also interested in dedicating a small plot of land for a Corey Jones Memorial Statue and is further considering participating in a private/public matching fundraising effort.