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Old Today, 09:19 PM
Location: The ghetto
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Shooting injures one person, shuts down basketball tournament

At Monte Park on Acushnet Ave. Right next to housing projects.

Randy Jones, a community activist, said the violence needs to stop.

“It was my cousin, she was a woman grazed in the face. Ridiculous, unbelievable,” he said. “You can’t do nothing in the community with negativity always popping six days a week.”

Jones is now calling on leadership, including the mayor, to help stop the violence in the South End.

In the video, Mr. Jones said: "We don't need sympathy. We don't need people to say Black Lives Matter or anything like that. We need real leaders - which we don't have."

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Old Today, 09:36 PM
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^One Acushnet Ave. residents said she is "afraid to leave her house" on most days. Those are the Bay Village projects right there. BAD BAD place.
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