Community activist and Fulton West Block Club leader Rebecca Kempton is proposing a new law she believes could make a difference in slowing down teen gun violence.

Kempton is calling for greater parental accountability.  If a teen uses a gun, the teens parents should be charged with child endangering.

Kempton is responding to the drive-by shooting death of 5-year-old Ramone Burnett outside his Cleveland home on Sept. 4.

Dontavious Williams, 18, and Marlon Hackett, 19, were both charged with aggravated murder  in connection with Burnett’s death.

The 5-year-old was gunned down while playing football with his friends.

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