TORONTO (FOX NEWS) - Black Lives Matter protesters interrupted a news conference last week as the Toronto police chief was unveiling a mural for the city's LGBT community.
According to a police news release, the mural is meant to celebrate the history, diversity and strength of Toronto's LGBT community.
It was accompanied by a public apology from Chief Mark Saunders for the 1981 bathhouse raids, in which 286 men were arrested on charges of prostitution and indecency.
Black Lives Matter protesters, however, claimed it was all a publicity stunt, chanting, "No pride in police."
Click here to watch more about their beef, from Fox News.