Black Lives Matter protesters took over the City Hall in Rochester, New York, and said they have no plans to leave until the officers involved in the death of Daniel Prude are fired and arrested.
Protesters flooded the building on Tuesday morning and blocked access into City Hall. The protesters did not appear to break into any offices and instead played classical music throughout the building, according to a report from the Democrat and Chronicle. Protesters presented a list of demands that included the officers’ arrests and resignations from several city leaders.
“What we are doing right now is an occupation at City Hall,” one protester said