Lisa Earl, second from left, of Tacoma is comforted by Lucia Earl-Mitchell as they stand with Puyallup Tribal Council members, from left, David Beard, Annette Bryan and Clinton McCloud. They were among 300 people who gathered for a rally to end police brutality on the Capitol steps in Olympia on Thursday. Lisa Earl is the mother of Puyallup tribal member Jackie Salyers, who was shot and killed by a Tacoma police officer Jan. 28. Salyers was pregnant at the time.
Lisa Earl, second from left, of Tacoma is comforted by Lucia Earl-Mitchell as they stand with Puyallup Tribal Council members, from left, David Beard, Annette Bryan and Clinton McCloud. They were among 300 people who gathered for a rally to end police brutality on the Capitol steps in Olympia on Thursday. Lisa Earl is the mother of Puyallup tribal member Jackie Salyers, who was shot and killed by a Tacoma police officer Jan. 28. Salyers was pregnant at the time. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Lisa Earl, second from left, of Tacoma is comforted by Lucia Earl-Mitchell as they stand with Puyallup Tribal Council members, from left, David Beard, Annette Bryan and Clinton McCloud. They were among 300 people who gathered for a rally to end police brutality on the Capitol steps in Olympia on Thursday. Lisa Earl is the mother of Puyallup tribal member Jackie Salyers, who was shot and killed by a Tacoma police officer Jan. 28. Salyers was pregnant at the time. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

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