Demonstrators in Wichita protest George Zimmerman verdict

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WICHITA, Kansas – Dozens of protesters gathered Monday to voice their displeasure with the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin.

Shouting slogans like “no justice, no peace,” they rallied at 21st and Hillside to support the Martin family and demand fairness in the legal system.

Although some protests across the country ended with police arresting demonstrators, the protest here was peaceful and without incident, organizers said.

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