Protesters march on Baltimore after William Porter mistrial
BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- Protesters marched through Baltimore's streets -- an act of civil disobedience for an otherwise non-violent demonstration -- following the mistrial of Baltimore police officer William Porter.
A group of at least 50 walked and sung a familiar line, "all night, all day, we will fight for Freddie Gray." Gray died on April 19 after a ride in a Baltimore police prisoner transport van. His death spark violent unrest across the city.
The march began on Fayette Street headed in the direction of Baltimore Police Headquarters before moving on to Baltimore Street.
As the night wore on, groups of demonstrators stopped to pray in the Penn-North community, which was concerned the epicenter of the Baltimore riots.
This story will be updated.