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Indianapolis pastor threatened at homicide scene

Posted at 12:15 PM, Sep 27, 2015

INDIANAPOLIS -- One of the men trying to bring peace to the City of Indianapolis every day was threatened at one of the weekend's fatal shooting scenes. 

Reverend Charles Harrison, the leader of the Ten Point Coalition, sent out a Facebook post Saturday that said, "The devil attacked me and threatened my life this morning at one of the homicide scenes because I am shedding light on the darkness."

Harrison said a group of young men threatened to shoot him and other members of the Ten Point Coalition when he was at a shooting scene in the 3800 block of Bennett Drive.  

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Harrison said when he and his team were getting into a car, gun shots were fired from a block away.

Neither Harrison or his team members were hurt.