DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - Dozens of people took to the streets of Decatur to protest police brutality and demand justice for U.S. Air Force veteran Anthony Hill.
Hill was shot and killed by a DeKalb County police officer three years ago after he was found naked displaying bizarre behavior outside his apartment.
Hill's family says he suffered from mental illness.
The Alliance for Black Lives, which hosted the protest, says more needs to be done to end police brutality.
"We want to continue to raise awareness around this issue and continue to make sure that there's justice in this case," said Gerald Griggs, co-founder of the Georgia Alliance for Social Justice.
Former DeKalb County police officer Robert Olsen was indicted on two counts of murder and aggravated assault in Hill's death.