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“Officers found 50 rounds of. 44-caliber Remington hollow-point bullets, which are illegal in many states and are called "cop killer" bullets because they can pierce bullet-resistant armor, said Paul Loriquet, spokesman for the Essex County prosecutor's office.”
“A female sergeant also was treated and released after her bullet-resistant vest deflected a bullet to the chest, Godbee said.”
“One of them, the “Wise Hunter” vest, was, I think, the worst hunting product I ever saw: a bullet-resistant blaze orange vest.”
“The mounting casualties prompted Attorney General Eric Holder to launch a federal officer-safety initiative in March that required federal prosecutors to meet with state and local police to ensure they were taking advantage of federal grants for bullet-resistant vests, training and other resources.”
“At a news conference Thursday, Mr. Kelly said that just before he was arrested, Mr. Ferhani told the detective he wanted more guns, silencers, a box of grenades, bullet-resistant vests and police radios.”
“I expect the standard in the future to be for such events to be indoors or maybe in a bullet-resistant mobile office with security present.”
“The geeks of Engadget also reported that the suit President Barrack Obama wore during his inauguration was actually made of bulletproof material provided by a Colombian company specializing in bullet-resistant gear.”
“She was traveling in a bullet-resistant sport utility vehicle.”
“Officer Michael Tedeschi was shot in the chest area, but the bullet, which came from another officer's gun, hit his bullet-resistant vest.”
“He was wearing a bullet-resistant vest and was expected to be fine.”
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