Black Lives Matter protesters shut down Seattle Pride parade

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SEATTLE -- Protesters from the Black Lives Matter movement shut down Seattle's Pride parade Sunday. They blocked the road one minute for every year Charleena Lyle was alive.

The 30-year-old was shot and killed by Seattle police after they say she refused to put down a knife, last week.

Lyles had called the police to report a burglary and when officers arrived, they say she had a knife and wouldn't drop it.

911 calls were not complete but show a calm scene before a scuffle began. You could hear officers yelling to Lyles to drop the knife, then you could hear shots. Police believe she was having a psychotic episode.

This is still developing. We'll have more information as it becomes available.

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