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Attorney's dramatic Super Bowl commercial lights up social media

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SAVANNAH, Ga. -

A two-minute commercial that aired during the Super Bowl Sunday night is creating a lot of buzz on social media.

It aired locally before the halftime show.

Jamie Casino of Jamie Casino Injury Attorneys is responsible for the commercial that shows a flaming, sledgehammer, walls of fire, and a caricature of former Savannah Chatham Metro Police Chief Willie Lovett.

Lovett resigned suddenly in September.

Since airing, some national media outlets, including Deadspin.com, have picked up on it.

The commercial also shows a picture of Jamie Casino's brother, Michael Biancasino, who was shot and killed in downtown Savannah along with Emily Pickles.

The couple was found shot to death in a crashed car at Henry Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard on Sept. 1, 2012.

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