NYPD Arrests More Than 60 People Protesting Freddie Gray's Death
The NYPD arrested more than 60 people who were protesting the death of Freddie Gray, a Baltimore man who was critically injured in police custody earlier this month.
David Lee Miller reported that several hundred protesters began gathering in Manhattan's Union Square on Wednesday night.
He stated that people were chanting "no justice, no peace" and "hands up, don't shoot" as officers with the NYPD watched.
Miller stated that police officers moved in to make arrests after a group of protesters disrupted traffic in the streets.
The crowd had to be pushed back onto the sidewalk by officers with batons.
Protestors continued to march throughout a number of neighborhoods in the city, including Times Square where they held a "die in" by lying on the ground, Fox News reported.
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