'Walk for Justice' Held for Man Who Was Shot 10 Times

By David Chang
|  Saturday, Aug 10, 2013  |  Updated 11:56 PM EDT
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Family to Walk for Man Who Was Shot 10 Times

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Dozens of people gathered in North Philadelphia Saturday afternoon to help bring justice for a victim of gun violence.

On May 28, Isiah Brown, 22, was shot and killed outside a convenience store in the Hunting Park section of the city.

Brown was walking on 6th and Bristol Street during the day when an unknown gunman opened fire. Brown was struck ten times in the torso, arms and head. He was taken to Temple University Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 2:02 p.m.

Over two months since his murder, police still haven’t made any arrests or released information on any suspects.

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Friends and family held a “walk for justice” for Brown on 6th and Bristol. Members of “Mothers in Charge” as well as police officers who are investigating Brown’s murder were in attendance.

If you have any information on Brown’s death, please call Philadelphia Police.

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