The first hour their was not many people in attendance but it was an emotional and poignant hour.
What appeared to me was that the Vigil was not a high stakes drama, but was more solemn and reflecting, listening to the music meanings, and sorting the complexity of life n death and loss of a Son, who was a loved family member to the bullets of from a 'department of justice' (sic) who used excessive lethal force, just to stop a run away and car thief.
During the Vigils second hour.... the "PPRC 'peace & justice' NO WAR activists of about 20 people, and Portland Copwatch spokesperson, all visit the vigil to show their concern and Solidarity!
It was great to see this group show up ... I extend my hand and nod of appreciation to each and every one of you in the PPRC group who I filmed in this video.
A big smile to those that support Justice and an end to police abuse.
I have more excellent footage from this Vigil, as soon as I can I will share the full edited version.
There is a related post on PIMC regarding the vigil and my feelings here:
Here is the 7 min video independent media / filmed from 3rd street across from the Federal Courthouse and a block north of The Central Police Station in Portland Oregon.