Signs calling for “Justice for Daniel Prude” were plastered to the exterior walls of City Hall in Rochester, N.Y., on Sept. 8, the seventh consecutive night of protests following the release of bodycam footage showing the March arrest that preceded his death.

Signs calling for "Justice for Daniel Prude" were plastered to the exterior walls of City Hall in Rochester, N.Y., on Sept. 8, the seventh consecutive night of protests following the release of bodycam footage showing the March arrest that preceded his death.

Signs calling for “Justice for Daniel Prude” were plastered to the exterior walls of City Hall in Rochester, N.Y., on Sept. 8, the seventh consecutive night of protests following the release of bodycam footage showing the March arrest that preceded his death.

ROCHESTER, NY – SEPTEMBER 08: Notices reading “Justice for Daniel Prude” are pasted on the exterior walls of City Hall in protest of the police killing of Daniel Prude on September 8, 2020, in Rochester, New York. This is the seventh consecutive night of protesting since family released bodycam footage of Prude’s arrest that led to his subsequent death. Since protesting began, Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren announced the suspension of seven officers involved in the arrest and promises reforms to the city’s police department. (Photo by Joshua Rashaad McFadden/Getty Images)