Protesters marched through Louisville for a second night and demanded justice for Breonna Taylor after a grand jury declined to charge three officers with her killing.
At one point, dozens of demonstrators in Louisville veered off the march route and confronted a group of people dressed in military-style outfits and carrying rifles.
The protesters chanted "Black lives matter" and "No justice, no peace" as they ringed the group.
Other members of the march eventually called the demonstrators back to the protest.
What you need to know: More than six months after Taylor was shot to death after Louisville police officers broke down the door to her apartment while executing a warrant, a grand jury decided to indict only one of the three officers involved on first-degree wanton endangerment charges. The charge applies to the risk put on Taylor's neighbors but does not aim to hold the officer responsible for her death.
Now, Taylor's family wants Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to release transcripts of the grand jury proceedings, according to family attorney Ben Crump.
Crump told CNN's Anderson Cooper tonight that they are "demanding that the transcripts of the grand jury proceedings be released so we can see if Breonna's voice was ever put forth before that grand jury."