MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) - Jamar Clark protesters started marching from north Minneapolis to the Hennepin County Government Center around 6 p.m. on Wednesday, following Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman's decision not to charge the officers involved in the deadly shooting.
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A group of activists gathered at the memorial site for Jamar Clark near Minneapolis Police Department's Fourth Precinct, while others rallied in Elliot Park. Both groups headed towards the Hennepin County Government Center.
Among some of the chants taking place at the peaceful protests are "no justice, no peace" and "justice for Jamar."
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Elliot Park in Minneapolis. pic.twitter.com/8QIu8BHSMD— Courtney Godfrey (@courtneygodfrey) March 30, 2016
Group now marching down East 14th towards government center. No police blocking streets, stopping cars themselves pic.twitter.com/qnw0RhoUHL— Courtney Godfrey (@courtneygodfrey) March 30, 2016