Crowds gathered in Fairfax County to protest the death of a woman who died in police custody
Natasha McKenna died days after being tased several times by police.
The officers involved have been cleared of any criminal wrong-doing.
Sunday afternoon protestors gathered on the steps of the Fairfax County courthouse believe they should face charges.
A video was released earlier in September on youtube
, shows a prolonged struggle between a naked, mentally ill inmate and five deputies in biohazard suits who shocked her four times with a stun gun before she lost consciousness.
The inmate, 37-year-old Natasha McKenna, died several days after the struggle, prompting a months-long criminal investigation.
A medical examiner ruled the death accidental, specifically by excited delirium associated with use of restraints and a stun gun. McKenna's schizophrenia was listed as a contributing factor. The case remains the subject of a federal civil rights investigation.
Fox Five's Shannon Travis was with the protestors hearing their demands and he has the story for us.