Transcript for Shoppers at the Mall of America Were Greeted by Police in Riot Gear Amid Black Lives Matter Protest
The busiest shopping days of the year last minute shoppers at the Mall of America and Minneapolis. Nearby police white urine in a protest by the group black lives matter. Demanding justice after a deadly police shooting last month. Those protesters then moving on to the airport. Linking arms and now late word of arrest ABC's Alex Perez is there. Protesters in Minneapolis. Disrupting one of the biggest shopping days of the year at the biggest mall of the country mall it. Demonstrators vowed to bring mall traffic to a standstill about eighty worried stores closing their doors protesters quickly shut down by police. So here we are inside called police are actually. Pushing that are brown that's not coming here in the long proud to boost. Protesters then moving to Minneapolis Saint Paul airport blocking a main airport entrance and one of the busiest travel days of the year traffic snarled many missing flights. Nothing they don't quit because of updating it would have been upsetting. Not to see my family. Plus it's better protesters have been taking to the streets in Annapolis this is to Mark Clark a young black men died November 15. After he was shot by white police officers demonstrators say Clark was handcuffed when officers opened fire. Authorities denied that the police union arguing Clark was reaching for an officer's gun. Today several protesters were removed by police. This pro war and spit. They say the demonstrations will not stop the officers involved are charged. And those officers are on paid leave pending an independent state investigation and here at the airport tonight the roadways are back open and a heavy police presence. Authorities are tried to get things back to normal Tom Alex thing.
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