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Gang members say kids caught in the crossfire are 'collateral damage'

Posted at 6:31 PM, Jun 21, 2018

Saniyah Nicholson joins Abdel Bashiti, Aavielle Wakefield, Major Howard, Raymon Burnett and so many more young children not just shot, but killed in the crossfire of shootings in the city. While we don't know if this latest shooting was gang-related, so many others are.

News 5's Lauren Wilson sat down with gang members who say they are aware children are getting killed. While they say it’s sad, they view the deaths as collateral damage. This is her candid conversation with the four young men.