Community calls for an end to bloodshed after murder of McDonald's owner
Oliver's death has helped spark the rallying cry, "No more bloodshed."
"And we're going to show up in every community where senseless violence takes place to let you know we're not going to stand for it another day," said Pastor E.A. Deckard, who is helping to lead the No More Bloodshed Movement.
There were strong statements of support and determination in the parking lot that had been rocked by violence.
"You're not taking over this community," someone shouted.
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