Black and white pictures cover a large poster board that’s coated with red paint and handprints, as if illustrated in blood. It’s so big that two protesters have to hold it. On a recent Saturday, they’re standing outside the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office, demonstrating against police brutality and chanting for accountability from cops.
On the sign, there’s a photo of Diamonte Riviore, Dillon Taylor, Patrick Harmon, Zane James, Elijah Smith and Cody Belgard — all killed in police shootings where District Attorney Sim Gill reviewed what happened and decided against charging the officers involved.
“Sim Gill,” it reads, “their blood is on your hands.”
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