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Justification Truths Asks Lets Talk Don't Shoot

Justification Truths is all about getting people to stop and talk and not shoot. The aim of the
message is to Talk and Not to Shoot and to save lives.
Laurel, MD, November 22, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Justification Truths Asks, Let's Talk, Don't Shoot!
Justification Truths has always been interested in improving upon the simple everyday things that affect
our daily lives. The company has been actively researching the daily crime reports of lives needlessly
being lost due to people with short tempers killing with guns. The mass media broadcasts every day about
who was shot and so the company just had to do something about saving lives by making people just
stopping to think.
There have been too many disasters of lost lives that affect families, communities and countless others.
Justification Truths hopes that society will stop and think before accepting not only the results of news
accounts of shootings, but will begin to take part in educating others about stopping to think first before
resorting to killing with guns.
The message "Let's Talk, Don't Shoot" has already reached many organizations, neighborhoods, religious
organizations and businesses with a positive impact. Pastor Leonard Frieson, Jr., senior pastor of a local
Gambrills, Maryland church recently committed to assist Justification Truths' mission to bring gun
violence awareness to the community of youths serviced in Gambrills. The pastor believes that youth
need to be encouraged and agrees with Justification that there is a better way and gun violence is not the
answer - that talking is a better way.

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Justification Truths (Lets Talk Don't Shoot)
Tyrone Anthony
(301) 237-3250
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letstalkdontshoot.com

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