Stop the Violence

  • Tuesday, April 16, 2013


Bikers rode through Summerville on Sunday to kick off a community rally in Wassamassaw Park against violence. “I can’t say enough that we are tired of the violence, and in order for it to stop it’s got to come from the grassroots level,” organizer Louis Smith said. Smith said the neighborhood group intends to start a mentoring program for troubled youths. Aaron Robinson, president of the Dark Riders Motorcycle Club, led the bikers into the park.


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