Image via Robert MacMillan

New Yorkers objecting the current choice of a grand court not to prosecute the NYPD officer who killed Eric Garner took their movement to Apple’s famous glass dice on Fifth Opportunity earlier today. The militants staged exactly what Reuters reporter Robert MacMillan called “a mass die-in” inside the crown jewel Apple Store for about fifteen minutes.

MacMillan tweeted coverage from the protest, which lasted from 6:35 to about 6:50 PM according to the timestamps. MacMillan said that no arrests were made, no looting took place, and the entire event was peaceful overall. When asked why they had chosen the Apple Store, one of the protesters replied that there was no better place “than a big glass building to make a point.”

After leaving the Apple Store, the protesters reportedly moved on to other businesses in the area, including Macy’s and McDonald’s.

More tweets and photos from the protest are below:

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