Protests caused the cancelation of Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar’s rally in St. Louis Park Sunday night. Dozens of demonstrators calling for justice for Myon Burrell took over the stage prior to Klobuchar’s scheduled start time. A spokesman for the Klobuchar campaign explained afterward that “the campaign offered a meeting with the Senator if they would leave the stage after being onstage for more than an hour, after the group initially agreed, they backed out of the agreement and we are canceling the event .” A short time later, Klobuchar campaign manager Justin Buoen told reporters after the cancelation that “we had negotiations and had an agreement with the organizers of the protest to meet with the Senator on-site and then they changed the terms and decided they didn’t want to meet with her, so disappointed that that happened tonight.” The protestors say Burrell was wrongly convicted of murder in 2002 when Klobuchar was Hennepin County Attorney. Protestor Nekima Levy-Armstrong said demonstrators were “ready and willing” to meet with Klobuchar, but she “chose not to do.” Of the demonstration, Levy-Armstrong said “at the end of the day this is about the power of the people and being a voice for the voiceless. Myon right now is sitting in a cage, as he has been for nearly 18 years for a crime he didn’t commit and so we came here tonight with his family to be his voice.” Thousands of Klobuchar supporters attended Sunday’s rally–which was the last scheduled event in the Senator’s home state prior to Super Tuesday.