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November 23, 2011 5:00 AM

Homicide victim worked as an ‘interrupter’ for anti-viiolence program

Terrance Jackson earned a bad reputation as a young man, but he turned his life around during his nearly 21-years in prison, friends said. In March, Jackson, 43, joined the city’s anti-violence group Aim4Peace, which employs ex-convicts to diffuse feuds and try to stop the cycle of retaliation and violence. On Friday, someone gunned down Jackson while he was working for Aim4Peace.

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