Hundreds march downtown to demand reform in Cleveland’s justice system

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Up to 40 area churches, synagogues and other institutions walked through downtown Cleveland this afternoon to demand reform in Cleveland's justice system.

The peaceful march began at around noon at 629 Euclid Ave., and the group stopped at Cleveland City Hall and the Justice Center. The march ended at just after 1 p.m.

The march comes just days after the ruling in the Officer Michael Brelo trial.

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Later today, the U.S. Department of Justice will also announce its agreement with the city over the Cleveland Division of Police on Tuesday.

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