LONDON, June 26 (Xinhua) -- Fires have been set off and bricks thrown at police as protesters hold a march over the death of a man after a traffic stop, Sky reported on Monday morning.
Campaigners alleged Edir Frederico Da Costa was "brutally beaten" after he was stopped in a car by Met Police officers in Newham, east London.
It is believed officers used force and sprayed the 25-year-old with CS gas, before he was taken to hospital in a critical condition and died six days later.
Edir Frederico Da Costa died on 21 June, six days after he was stopped in a car.
Demonstrators protesting Mr Da Costa's death shouted "we want justice" and "justice for Edson" as they clashed with officers outside Forest Gate police station.