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The authors consider this subject representative of a small, identifiable, and exceptionally dangerous subpopulation of lethal criminals.
Both Lethal Weapon sights are available with four fiber optic pins in either .
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The solution is an array of "scalable" weapons that range from non-lethal to less-lethal and, if necessary, lethal force, within the rules of engagement, said Bo Barbour, program support officer for non-lethal weapons at the Army Futures Center, Training and Doctorate Command, Fort Monroe, Va.
In a separate study, scientists reveal the three-dimensional shape of lethal factor and the mechanism it uses to sever a protein in cells, an action that triggers the disease.
Tularemia is rare but does occur naturally; the most lethal pulmonary form is more common in Martha's Vineyard than in most other places in the world.
Oklahoma: The state allows nitrogen gas use if lethal injection is considered unconstitutional or "otherwise unavailable.
Once assembled, the toxin enables lethal factor to enter the cell.
For the last five years, after California started executing by lethal injection instead of gas, the press and Sacramento have been at odds over how much reporters - and by extension, the public they serve - may see when the state takes a life.
This process is based on the social-psychological dynamics of the Lethal Triad.
Combinations of non-lethal and lethal weapons are possible.
A newly determined three-dimensional structure of the toxic protein that causes botulism shows a surprising twist: A belt of amino acids protects the lethal part of the toxin.