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At It Again: Protesters March Across DFW

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FORT WORTH — It’s day two of protests in DFW following a grand jury’s decision to not indict the NYPD officer who killed Eric Garner in a chokehold.

Rallies began Friday in Fort Worth.

Although the decision was made Wednesday, it’s clear for many, the pain and anger has yet to subside.

Protesters stage die-in at American Airlines Center as Usher performed inside

Protesters stage die-in at American Airlines Center as Usher performed inside

“I think what you see happening now is people’s frustration is finally started to build up.”

And with the recent events, including the no indictment in the Darren Wilson-Mike Brown case, protesters want their voices heard.

“Once attention is brought to an issue then there is an opportunity to come together as a community to try to make some changes,” said Attorney Daryl Washington.

Well, with another rally planned for Saturday, it doesn’t seem like there will be a break in the chain of protests anytime soon.

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