Black Lives Matter marchers move peacfully through downtown

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SEATTLE -- Hundreds marched in support of the Black Lives Matter movement Tuesday, peacefully making their way through downtown.

Q13 News reporter Janet Kim said at 11 p.m., the marchers had moved through Capitol Hill and headed back to Westlake Plaza.  Most marchers were gone as midnight came.

The march was in remembrance of Michael Brown, who was shot and killed in Ferguson, Mo. two years ago. Marchers began to gather and move at 6 p.m. Minor traffic delays were reported.

The march was described as peaceful, and none were reported arrested at 10 p.m. The march was closely watched by Seattle police officers.

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