WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- A banner tied to an overpass of Interstate 287 in White Plains carried a message Monday morning, Dec. 1, to stop police from killing.
It was not immediately known who was responsible for the banner.
It was an apparent reference to the August shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
A grand jury declined on Monday, Nov. 24, to indict Officer Darren Wilson in Brown's death after he testified he had a reasonable belief he needed to use deadly force to defend himself.
Protests continued in Ferguson and cities nationwide despite Wilson's decision to resign from the police force over the weekend.
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