An 11-year-old Brooklyn girl feared paralyzed by a stray bullet moved her arms on Monday — the first glimmer of hope since she survived the senseless shooting last week. And on a day when optimism reared its head, Mayor Bloomberg told the girl’s father he’d do all he could to stem gun violence. “I talked to her father today,” Bloomberg said, referring to the dad of Tayloni (Tutu) Mazyck, who was wounded outside her Gates Ave. home on Friday night. “Just shot down by some kid with a gun,” he said of the girl. A frustrated Bloomberg said special-interest groups and civil libertarians — who criticize the NYPD stop-and-frisk program and want to handcuff police with an inspector general — have yet to express outrage about the shooting. “You have a right to live in Bed-Stuy and not have bullets whiz past your head,” he told reporters. “That is a civil right . . . I just believe we have to do everything we can to protect those rights. I promised the father I would not flag in my desire to get guns out of the hands of minors and people with criminal records.” Tayloni was shot outside her home… Read full this story
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