Thousands protest unarmed black man’s choke-hold death by white officer
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Civil rights attorney Ron Kuby said justice in Garner’s death was owed after three decades of marches against police brutality have resulted in "little justice for the victims of police violence."
Staten Island resident William Coleman questioned how many white men have died in similar fashion.
"In my 58 years, I have never seen a black officer who killed a white person," Coleman said. "They’ve never had to have a march like this."
Eileen AJ Connelly contributed to this report.
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