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'Nonlethal' guns causing alarm

By Beth Daley and Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / October 22, 2004

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Police departments across the country are turning to less lethal weapons, like the high-pressure pepper spray gun used in Boston on Lansdowne Street, to control crowds or dangerous suspects. (Full article: 775 words)

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