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Group plans to march from Fountain Square to Hamilton County CourthouseGroup plans to march from Fountain Square to Hamilton County Courthouse

Thousands of protesters gather outside courthouse in downtown Cincinnati

Organizers are planning the fourth day of protests in Greater Cincinnati on Monday. They will begin at the Hamilton County Courthouse.Organizers are planning the fourth day of protests in Greater Cincinnati on Monday. They will begin at the Hamilton County Courthouse.

George Floyd: Protest at Cincinnati's Hamilton County Courthouse

Protesters took to the streets of Cincinnati for a fourth consecutive day Monday to protest the death of George Floyd, the African American man inProtesters took to the streets of Cincinnati for a fourth consecutive day Monday to protest the death of George Floyd, the African American man in

PHOTOS: Cincinnati Enters Fourth Day Of Protests | WVXU

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“Transit unions in five more cities now saying they will refuse to transport arrested protesters: Philadelphia, Miami, and San Francisco, Cincinnati, and Dallas. #GeorgeFloyd”

Courtney Rozen on Twitter: "Transit unions in five more cities now saying they will refuse to transport arrested protesters: Philadelphia, Miami, and San Francisco, Cincinnati, and Dallas. #GeorgeFloyd"

“Today I start a weeklong furlough. Yesterday, I wrote this, pulling together reporting from my tireless colleagues: Another nightfall brings more tear gas, arrests as Cincinnati protests escalate for 3rd day https://t.co/RSjvUppx2q via @enquirer”

Amber Hunt on Twitter: "Today I start a weeklong furlough. Yesterday, I wrote this, pulling together reporting from my tireless colleagues: Another nightfall brings more tear gas, arrests as Cincinnati protests escalate for 3rd day https://t.co/RSjvUppx2q via @enquirer"

A viral Twitter video shows a woman apparently in custody describing squalid conditions inside the justice center.A viral Twitter video shows a woman apparently in custody describing squalid conditions inside the justice center.

Sheriff’s office: No protesters dead at Hamilton County Justice Center

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Many people who say they were peacefully protesting the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis Police did end up spending the night at the Hamilton County Justice Center. Some of them say they were held outside in the sally port. Some of the protesters say they weren't the ones causing the problems or damage. They said they were told to leave and as they prepared to go they were placed under arrest.CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Many people who say they were peacefully protesting the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis Police did end up spending the night at the Hamilton County Justice Center. Some of them say they were held outside in the sally port. Some of the protesters say they weren't the ones causing the problems or damage. They said they were told to leave and as they prepared to go they were placed under arrest.

Some protesters held outside of the Hamilton County jail all night | WKRC

Some protesters held outside of the Hamilton County jail all night

Multiple posts on social media outlets claim protesters were held in the courtyard of the Hamilton County Justice Center without food or water for at least nine hoursMultiple posts on social media outlets claim protesters were held in the courtyard of the Hamilton County Justice Center without food or water for at least nine hours

Social Media Posts Claim Cincinnati Protest Arrestees Held Outside Overnight

The crowd was so large it spilled out onto Main Street and blocked traffic. It marked the fourth consecutive day people in Cincinnati have protested the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd.The crowd was so large it spilled out onto Main Street and blocked traffic. It marked the fourth consecutive day people in Cincinnati have protested the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd.

Hundreds protest outside of Hamilton County courthouse, city hall

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neil took a knee Monday during a protest. Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neil takes a knee during a police violence protest Monday (WKRC) The protest was in front of the Hamilton County Courthouse. A protester had asked him about the Thin Blue Line flag that was raised at the Hamilton County Justice Center. He said he didn't do it and it had been taken down. The crowd then started chanting "Take a knee".CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neil took a knee Monday during a protest. Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neil takes a knee during a police violence protest Monday (WKRC) The protest was in front of the Hamilton County Courthouse. A protester had asked him about the Thin Blue Line flag that was raised at the Hamilton County Justice Center. He said he didn't do it and it had been taken down. The crowd then started chanting "Take a knee".

Hamilton County Sheriff takes a knee during protest | WKRC

Hamilton County Sheriff takes a knee during protest