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Topic - Leopold Mclean
A former security guard for New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg — one of the most vociferous voice in America for gun control — admitted Thursday that he shot at his then-girlfriend's ex-boyfriend and then covered it up, concerned about the national attention it would bring his unit.
"I told her we would go to the precinct when I got off work to report it," Mr. McLean said, in The Post.
Mr. McLean then called 911 and said the man had broken into his then-girlfriend's home — but failed to report that he fired at him, The Post reported.