"The community is frustrated because they feel the resources are not making it to the community," said Ron Moten, who for years ran the now-disbanded Peaceoholics organization, which worked to intervene in violent disputes. "It's at the point where we are going to do something or we go back to the days that nobody wants to talk about in D.C."
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