Law and Order Star Vincent D'Onofrio Lends Name to Gun Control Campaign
Vincent D'Onofrio, the lantern-jawed star of NBC's "Law and Order: Criminal Intent," is lending his name to the campaign to ban "large capacity magazines" of the kind used in the Tucson, Ariz. slaying of six people, including a federal judge, and the wounding of 13 others, including a congresswoman.
D'Onofrio filmed an ad for the Citizens Crime Commission, which you googly-eyed gun control backers can watch here.
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