Nationwide protests continue on third day after NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo not indicted

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NEW YORK, New York - It's been three days since a grand jury opted not to charge an NYPD officer in the choking death of Eric Garner, who was a husband and father of six.

"I can't breathe! I can't breathe!  I can't breathe," protesters chanted as they marched the streets of Chicago.

The outcry of injustice and frustration continues and is growing in size as protesters flood the streets across the country.

Friday, NYPD had their hands full as people blocked streets, bridges, and even turned one of the biggest tourist attractions in the world into a political demonstration.

"I'm so happy that people of all cultures all ethnicities came out to show their love and support and we have to make a change because they're killing us off," a family member of Eric Garner says.

Protesters in New York chanted, "No justice no peace, no racist police."

The simple chants have been the response to a complicated situation.

Despite the breath-taking video that showed Eric Garner's last moments on earth, a grand jury felt there was not enough evidence to charge officer Daniel Pantaleo with Garner's murder.

At a women's event in Boston on Friday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke out against the recent killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.

"We have allowed our criminal justice system to get out of balance," Clinton says.

As we head into the weekend, hopefully protesters will continue to deliver their message peacefully.