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Protest demonstration
Protest demonstration
December 19, 2014

Friday Protest Rally Approved by Rapid City Police Chief

Police Chief Karl Jegeris, city representatives, and protest march organizers Cody Hall and Chase Iron Eyes met to find a compromise for a proposed anti-police brutality march.  Chief Jegeris denied the first request siting public safety concerns. According to a police release and report from KOTA TV, the group agreed upon adjustments to the original proposal.  A special event permit for a march and rally has been authorized for Friday December 19, 1-3:00 PM in Memorial Park, Legacy Commons and the Promenade.

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