Protestors march in opposition to no charges in the death of Amir Locke

On Friday, protestors gathered in downtown Minneapolis, upset at the decision not to file criminal charges against the officers involved in Amir Locke’s death.

Dozens of protestors gathered at the Hennepin County Government Center and marched throughout downtown Minneapolis, voicing their opposition to the decision.

Locke was shot and killed when Minneapolis police executed a no-knock warrant in February.

On Wednesday, Attorney General Keith Ellison and Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced none of the officers involved in Locke’s death would face criminal charges.

A joint statement from the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office and Minnesota Attorney General’s Office stated “there is insufficient admissible evidence to file criminal charges in this case” after “a thorough review of all available evidence.”