Give Peace to Family of Missing Black Man

Target: Larry Hall, Buckeye, AZ Chief of Police

Goal: Pursue all leads in case of Black man who vanished without a trace.

The case of social media influencer Gabby Petito drew national attention as authorities searched for the 22-year-old, whose remains were eventually discovered in Wyoming. Cases similar to this tragedy have not received such an intense spotlight, but the pain of families awaiting word on missing loved ones is just as palpable. One such family desperately wants answers in the disappearance of Daniel Robinson.

In June, the 24-year-old—a geologist—departed from a job site in Buckeye, Arizona. No one has reported seeing the young man since. A few weeks later, his damaged Jeep (along with his clothes and personal belongings) was discovered turned over on a rancher’s property about four miles from where he was last seen. Robinson’s father has accused police of prematurely ruling out potential foul play and of failing to utilize the time and resources that could come with a criminal investigation.

Daniel Robinson is Black, which does put him alongside the thousands of other Black, indigenous, and other minority missing persons whose cases do not garner nearly as much focus from the media and, in too many cases, from law enforcement. Sign the petition below to demand authorities invest every resource at their disposal in solving this mystery and bringing peace to an in-limbo family.


Dear Chief Hall,

The case of Gabby Petito has brought attention to an epidemic of which many Americans are unaware: the troubling number of people who go missing in the U.S. annually. The uncertainty crushes so many families just as much as the grief when worst fears are realized. Daniel Robinson’s family is currently living in this hellish limbo.

With the troubling track record and disparity in America of missing persons cases involving minorities, the Robinson family’s fears and worries about the handling of his case are more than understandable. Please help lay these concerns to rest by pursuing every possible avenue and by honoring the family’s request for a criminal investigation.


[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Buckeye Police Department

One Comment

  1. Richard Hofman says:

    I’m still wondering if the USA is a safe place to live in?
    From what one can read every day it looks like one can be killed at any time there!
    So just good luck with your gun law and other nonsensical stuff!

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