Brooklyn residents band together to end violence

Residents in Clinton Hill are banding together to send a message to young people and put an end to the violence plaguing their neighborhood.

Teenager Robert Grant and his friend were brutally gunned down on Christmas Eve. Grants? family members don?t want his death to be in vain. They hope the community will step up and speak out against violence.State Senator Eric Adams says part of the blame of the violence lies within the neighborhood. He says the community should not allow children to take the lives of other children. Another community leader asked parents to show a better example for their kids.

Police have no suspects in the teenagers? murders.

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