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NEW YORK — William Boyland Jr., a Democratic New York state assemblyman from Brooklyn, was shot at while driving his car through Brooklyn with his seven year old son, resulting in a bullet in his back window.

Black News 2 reports:

Boyland and his son were left unhurt, but there is still a question of whether this was a random occurrence.

NYDN reports that the shooting occurred about a week after locals rallied against Boyland for driving past a prayer vigil for 13-year-old Kira Goddard after she was killed on July 30th. Apparently Boyland simply honked his car horn and waved at mourners, but never stopped to pay his respects.

Read More At Black News 2

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