ATLANTA - Friends and family of a man killed during a fight joined to support each other during an emotional candlelight vigil.
More than 50 people gathered to honor Jevonte Williams and pray.
The group gathered on Boulevard Northeast, where family members say they want justice.
They called on a higher power for peace.
They also want compassion, and answers as to who was responsible for Williams’ death.
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