Mar 26 5:23 PM

Hundreds in Albuquerque march against police shooting of homeless man

Protesters in downtown Albuquerque gather to call for investigation into the death of James Boyd, a homeless man shot and killed by police.
(Danya Mustafa/@Zaytawy)


Hundreds of Albuquerque, N.M. residents took to the streets on Tuesday to voice their outrage over the fatal shooting of an unarmed homeless man by police. 

Protesters and activists also used the hashtag of the homeless man's name #JamesBoyd on Twitter to encourage community members to get involved and to call for a full investigation into the Albuquerque Police Department's recorded confrontation.

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Homelessness, Police

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