NEW YORK (AP) _ Former Mayor David Dinkins and two congressmen were among 14 people arrested Monday as they protested last month's fatal police shooting of an unarmed West African immigrant.

Reps. Charles Rangel and Gregory Meeks, both Democrats, as well as the Rev. Al Sharpton, were part of the group arrested at police headquarters and charged with criminal trespass.

``If this was a horse who was shot 41 times ... there would be more outrage,'' said Rangel.

Demonstrators have demanded that action be taken against four police officers involved in the Feb. 4 shooting of Amadou Diallo, who was shot 41 times. The shooting is under investigation by a grand jury.

Sharpton said 73 people have been arrested at police headquarters since they began demonstrating there on March 9.

Unlike at previous demonstrations, Monday's protesters were arrested inside the building, away from the media. They were led into police vans while about 50 protesters shouted ``No Peace! No Peace!''

Thirteen of the 14 arrested were given summonses and released after about two hours. One man was detained after police found an outstanding warrant against him from 1989.