About 50 protesters who marched to St. Louis City Hall Wednesday were greeted with locked metal grilles barring the doors. For approximately two hours, employees were unable to go in or out, and residents hoping to pick up paperwork were turned away.
Protesters briefly blocked traffic at the intersection of Tucker Blvd. and Market St., before they were ordered to the sidewalk by police. Then, about 25 laid down in front of City Hall for a ‘die in,’ while others sat nearby.