COLORADO SPRINGS– Protesters gathered despite the rainy conditions at City Hall in Colorado Springs on the eighth consecutive day of protests calling for justice for George Floyd, who died after a Minneapolis police officer pinned him at the neck.
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Protesters at City Hall passed the megaphone around and people were able to share their thoughts.
On Friday, protests remained peaceful throughout the day and a crowd still remained outside city hall 135 minutes past curfew.
The curfew, issued by Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers, is in effect from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., which started Wednesday June 3. It’s set to end Monday June 8, but could be extended.
Colorado Springs Police are now investigating an incident that occurred at a protest in downtown on Wednesday where a woman was injured after an incident with a Jeep. Police are asking the public for any videos not already shown in the media regarding this incident.
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