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Peaceful protest after police indictment

(PHOTO: FOX19 NOW/ Frankie Jupiter) (PHOTO: FOX19 NOW/ Frankie Jupiter)
(PHOTO: FOX19 NOW/ Frankie Jupiter) (PHOTO: FOX19 NOW/ Frankie Jupiter)
(PHOTO: FOX19 NOW/ Frankie Jupiter) (PHOTO: FOX19 NOW/ Frankie Jupiter)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

A Black Lives Matter rally for Sam DuBose remained peaceful. Hundreds made their way through OTR to the district 1 police station. At one point the group chanting and kneeling in front of police officers. 

Demonstrators continued to rally making their way back through OTR and back to the step of the Hamilton County Court house steps.

“Why you would not is the question. It’s not my fight it’s not something that personally affects me. It about being here for people who need our advocacy and our help,” said protestor Mallory Evans.

“I loved Sam DuBose. I can’t even understand why this happened. That tape ate me up,” said protestor Makeba Morton. 

“I’m encourage that the people in this community care about justice. They care about justice. They care about one another and I’m encourage by that. And I’m hopeful and prayerful and confident that everything will remain peaceful,” said Chief Jeffery Blackwell. 

The Dubose family continues ask for peaceful protest. 

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