The Walmart store where an African-American man, John Crawford, was shot and killed earlier this year by police was the site of a protest against police brutality on Saturday.
Protesters staged a peaceful "die-in" inside the store in Beavercreek, Ohio, prompting a police response (video below).
There were also demonstrators outside the store holding signs and chanting, "Hands up, don't shoot."
The store subsequently closed, infuriating some Walmart shoppers who were Christmas shopping, noted WHIO.
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Police officers from Beavercreek and multiple cities arrived and told the non-violent crowd to disperse.
According to CounterCurrentNews.com, police officers singled out an African-American protester to arrest, which upset an elderly white female protester.
“Why is a young black man being singled out?" the woman yelled while following a police officer.
Moments later, a police cruiser backed into her and she was arrested.