Police Vehicles Surround Jayland Walker Protesters in Akron, Ohio

Police vehicles surrounded demonstrators who were marching through Akron, Ohio, on July 4, after bodycam footage was released showing the fatal shooting of Jayland Walker.

Walker, 25, was killed by police after fleeing during a traffic stop on June 27.

The Akron Police Department released bodycam footage from the incident on July 3 during a press conference.

This footage filmed by Jared Fitch shows a group of protesters chanting “no justice, no peace, f*** these racist ass police” while marching down North Howard Street in Akron. Credit: Jared Fitch via Storyful

Video Transcript

- Get out.

- You could die.

- Get the [MUTE] out of here.

- We're together.

- Watch it.

- Watch it.

- Get the [MUTE] out of here.

- The car's all ready. Just all leave.

[VROOM]

- We're together. Get in. Stay the fuck together.

[CROWD MURMURING]

- Fuck these racist ass cops.

- No justice, no peace.

- [Mute] these racist ass police.

- No justice, no peace.

- [Mute] these racist ass police.

- No justice, no peace.

- Fuck these racist ass police.

- No justice, no peace.

- You got the police. No peace.

- Racist ass police.

- Make a stand.

- Come on, everybody.

- Go, go.

- I could follow them on the road.

- Go get them.

- Stay together.

- First truck's in there. We're here.

- Any marshals in front of the arc right here?

- Stay together.

- Stay together.

- They're going to start-- They might.

- Keep an eye on them.

- This is what democracy looks like. This is what democracy looks like.

- Tell me what democracy looks like.

- This is what democracy looks like. This is what democracy looks like.

- Tell me what democracy looks like.

- This is what democracy looks like.

- Tell me what community looks like.

- This is what community looks like.

- Tell me what community looks like.

- This is what community looks like.

- Tell me what community looks like.

- This is what community looks like.

- Tell me what community looks like.

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