A vigil for Charleena Lyles turned into a rallying cry for family members, neighbors, and hundreds of other residents who demanded answers about her death.
Mourners crowded a square outside Lyles's apartment complex Tuesday evening, two days after she was shot in her apartment by two Seattle Police officers. Lyles was black and the two officers are white.
"I just want to grieve right now," said Lyles's younger sister, Tiffany Rogers. "I can't even do that because I'm so angry. I'm scared of our so-called protectors. I was before, but I definitely am now."