Super Bowl fans in Georgia on Monday night were in for a treat when lawyer Jamie Casino’s advertisement went to air during half time.
“When the wicked rule, the people suffer,” the attorney told viewers.
Casino, who stars in the ad, talks about the bullies he’s encountered in his life, including childhood tormenters, cancer, and his younger brother’s death. He is shown fighting bullies in crime riddled Savannah, Georgia, and cross-examining a character named ‘Injustice’. It’s slightly melodramatic.
Meanwhile, Casino’s Alice Cooper-looking angel is forging a sledgehammer.
“Bullying is bad. Silence is worse,” the commercial concludes.
Casino’s 2014 Super Bowl commercial showed him smashing the piggy banks of insurance companies as he, “speaks for innocent victims who can’t speak for themselves”. Though it only aired locally, last year’s advertisement received over 5 million views on YouTube.