Photos: Garner protesters hold ‘die-In’ at Fifth Avenue Apple Store

New York City’s Fifth Avenue Apple Store was invaded Friday night by activists protesting the recent grand jury decisions in the Michael Brown and Eric Garner wrongful death cases.

Participants crammed together on the store’s floor in what some Twitter users called a “4- to 5-minute die-in,” for  the number of hours  lay dead in the street after he was shot by a Missouri police officer.

Here are some tweets that captured images of Friday’s scene:



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