The family of a woman who died in police custody in July demands answers at a rally in her honor.
Family and friends of Kyam Livingston gathered outside the Central Booking Jail in Brooklyn. They say police have never released the names of the officers on duty at the time she fell ill.
Livingston was arrested for violating a restraining order.
According to the family, cops ignored Livingston's complaints of stomach pains, diarrhea and convulsions.
"I want the two ladies in corrections that stood there and watched my daughter and said, 'Oh, she's having seizure, my grandson has seizures, it'll ride out.' My daughter never had a seizure in her life. My daughter's brain was clear. My daughter didn't die from a seizure," said Livingston's mother Anita Neal.
The family has filed a notice of claim, which is a pre-cursor to a lawsuit.
Police say the matter is being investigated by the Internal Affairs Bureau.