Protesters still have their say despite snow and cold

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- On a snowy day in St. Louis, protesters speaking out against police brutality and against the grand jury's decision in the Michael Brown case still had their say.

A group blocked traffic at Market and Tucker  in downtown St. Louis for a short time Wednesday then marched to city hall. That is where there was some trouble. Three people were arrested as protesters attempted to enter City Hall.  Police said the building was closed.

Protesters continued to line up outside the Ferguson Police Department, chanting and waving signs. Members of the Missouri National Guard were still on site, protecting the building.

Around 9:00pm, a small group of demonstrators marched inside the Galleria mall in Richmond Heights just before it closed for the night. Their chants were loud but their actions peaceful.

Around 9:30pm, members of St. Louis’ Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender community took to the streets of the Grove neighborhood protest police brutality against LGBT community.

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