100 protestors blocked streets on Cleveland’s eastside during Memorial Day marches against the 2012 police shooting deaths of Malissa Williams and Timothy Russell.
Protester upset with the not guilty verdict issued to Cleveland Police Officer Michael Brelo, who fired a series of shots during the high speed chase, which ended with the death of Williams and Russell.
The peaceful protest march started at the Zelma George Recreation Center and extended several miles down Quincy Avenue to E. 40 Street.
There were no arrests during the four hour march.
However, some of the protesters on hand were arrested during the protest that ended on Johnson Court, between W. 6th and W. 9th Streets, Saturday evening, May 23rd.
One of the protesters at today’s march, known as “Tanis,” who would not give his last name, was released from jail Monday morning, and was back on the street protesting on May 25th, just a few hours later.
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