Seattle Protesters March on New Years’ Eve for Tamir Rice

Protesters gathered in Seattle for a vigil and march for Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old murdered by police in 2014; it was decided that day that federal charges would not be laid against his murderers. Demonstrators made a memorial for the boy, dropped banners, and then marched on Marion Street.

Demonstrators were attacked by police, who made several arrests and trailed the march for most of its duration before the protest later dispersed.

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