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(CNN) – A grand jury in New York on Wednesday decided not to indict white police officer Daniel Pantaleo in the July choke hold death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man, according to two law enforcement officials.
On the streets of Staten Island, where Garner lived and died, people started gathering at the spot where officers attempted to arrest him and near the prosecutor's officer.
"This is ridiculous," one man said. "This is outrageous."
Staten Island Borough President James Oddo said: "Some folks here on Staten Island - our island, our home - will agree with the results, and many will not. In this matter, the Garner family, the NYPD and the office of the borough president speak with one voice when we say that disagreeing with the conclusion of the grand jury is your absolute right, and so is peacefully protesting the result and advocating for change."
CNN's Alexandra Field reports in the video above.