The march of protesters continues in the streets of Chicago following the release of a video showing the deadly police shooting of a black teenager, last year.
Groups took to the streets on Tuesday, closing off some major intersections in the windy city, as many show their outrage in the death of Laquan McDonald.
The 17 year old was struck by 16 bullets in October of 2014, while walking unusually down the middle of a street with multiple officers drawing weapons.
The video, released by the order of a judge, shows squad car video of shots being fired, a man spinning and collapsing on the road.
Demonstrations have been largely been peaceful as city and state police walk alongside the groups.
A 37 year old police officer Jason Van Dyke, turned himself in Tuesday and ordered held without bond on a charge of first-degree murder