When Theodore Winters began chatting with an Elwood, Indiana police officer about the massive 400-foot American flag mural he was painting on the outside of Joyner's, a circa-1950s diner, he had no idea it would be one of Officer Noah Shahnavaz's last interactions before he was gunned down during a traffic stop.
Winters, a pop artist with a focus on Americana, was commissioned to undertake the painting by Pastor Mark Joyner, who recently took over the restaurant, to help attract patrons.
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