Kelly Cites NYC Cop’s Shooting To Plug Antigun Super Bowl Ad


New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly watched as a doctor extracted a bullet from officer Kevin Brennan this week, says the New York Daily News. Describing the procedure, he says “They take this huge needle, full of novocaine, and then I see it going right into the bullet hole, a big hole from a .38, because it's a big bullet. You stand there and you can feel this kid's pain when the needle goes in, into the back of his head.”

Kelly talked about the anti-gun television commercial New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Boston Mayor Tom Menino will do during the Super Bowl on Sunday night and how he hopes that when people watch that commercial they will think about Brennan, 29. “The guns keep coming and will keep coming until the laws get tougher,” Kelly said.

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