Hundreds gathered in Times Square Wednesday night, holding signs and using their voices to call attention to the mysterious death of Julio Ramirez, a beloved social worker who was found dead in a taxi cab more than a month ago after a night out in the city.
Demonstrators started with a candle light vigil and moment of silence outside the Ritz Bar and Lounge on West 46th Street in Hell’s Kitchen. That was the last place Ramirez was seen alive back in April.
“We need to speak up and we need to look out for each other, and that’s something Hell’s Kitchen has done my entire life,” said demonstrator
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