Justice Walk held to fight police brutality


GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) – Family members of men and women shot and killed by police officers rallied in Greenville Saturday night.

The Justice Walk started outside the Greenville County Courthouse. The group walked to the Law Enforcement Center carrying crosses with the pictures and names of their loved ones killed.

Organizers say this time every year they march to put an end to police brutality and remember the lives lost. Some of the pictures on the crosses they carried as they marched included Zachary Hammond and Walter Scott.

The group says they’ve organized the Justice Walk in Greenville and around the nation since 1996.

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