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Is meant to be used as a weapon of last resort. It's a dispersal agent. Designed to disperse an entire assembly when it gets riotous, But that's not how it's being used. Now. That's Rohini Haar. She's an emergency medicine physician in Oakland, California. She says. These weapons are often used on peaceful protesters on crowds that are already walking away. A few years ago, she co authored a report for physicians for human Rights that looked at the health effects of crowd control weapons like tear gas. It is a weapon. It's certainly not what is commonly known as a non lethal weapon. And so the majority of the permanent injuries and severe damage we saw were either from direct blunt trauma from the canisters so when the canisters were either targeted or hit people's heads Eyes, neck, delicate structures of their face things like that, or

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