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Protest Gun Rights Grabbers

The father of a slain teenager later turned gun-control activist will speak at a public forum on gun violence in Englewood Wednesday night.

Ron Davis’ 17-year-old son, Jordan, was gunned down on Thanksgiving in Jacksonville, Fla. He will speak at Englewood's Community Baptist Church along with State Sen. Loretta Weinberg and radio host Mark Riley from 7 to 8 p.m. at 224 First Street.

 

More details: http://englewood.patch.com/articles/church-to-host-conversation-on-gun-violence?ncid=newsltuspatc00000001

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  • Edward D.

    I am not sure if I can attend at this last minute but wanted to bring light to another appeal to pity insanity. It is unfortunate that this has occurred and I feel for this father but just because a "wacko" fires their weapon doesn't mean we must take all weapons away.
    A drunk driver kills a family or another, so do we take away the vehicle or the booze? Neither we prosecute the drunk!!!
    Personal responsibility not "nanny state logic".

    May 29, 2013

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