March 19, 2007 -- Getting guns off the street is not enough to stop violent crime, a group of lawmakers said yesterday.
You have to stop the bullets, too.
"For far too long we have ignored the relationship between bullets and gun crimes," state Sen. Eric Adams (D-Brooklyn), a former NYPD captain, said as he held a hollow-point slug. "We can no longer allow this item, this bullet, to be that silent partner."
Monday, March 19, 2007
If I didn't know any better, I would think that the following story came from The Onion. But actually, it's real news as found in the New York Post: