Protesters march in downtown St. Louis over Vonderrit Myers decision

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ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Protesters took to the to the streets of downtown St. Louis Tuesday morning over the Circuit Attorney's decision not to charge an officer for the October shooting death of Vonderrit Myers.  There were about 40 demonstrators near the intersection of 10th and Market.  Police met with protesters on the scene.

The Circuit Attorney's officer released the results of their investigation into the shooting on Monday.  Investigators found that Myers shot at the officer therefore deadly force was justified.

Demonstrators have dispersed from the scene.  The protest in front of the Courts building lasted for about two hours.

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