Homer is a small town with a population about 38 hundred. Residents say they were shocked by a shooting at the hands of a white Homer Police officer. That shooting that left 73 year old Bernard Monroe, a black man, dead. Terrez Walker lived next door to Monroe, his wife and 4 of his children. He recalls what he saw that day in February. "Well, I was outside talking on the telephone,” explained Walker. “I heard about 4 shots rang out. Then I heard a girl scream." That scream, quite possibly from the woman Monroes son, 38 year old Shaun was talking to before Homer Police entered Monroes home looking for Shaun. Police say they saw Bernard Monroe approach officers with a gun when he realized somebody was in his house. Monroe suffered from cancer of the brain and throat and needed a device to speak. Neighbors say the 73 year old retiree was harmless. They add, theres no reason for police to gun down a man his age. Justice is what brought a crowd of marchers to Homer. They hope the steps of their march today, led by Reverend Al Sharpton will lead them on a peaceful journey toward that goal.