The use and necessity of "non-leathal" weapons such as anesthetics darts, infrasound pulses, electrical shockers, and microwave transmitters, have been called into question after disturbances at the 2001 World Economic Forum and the 1999 WTO protests. Independent researcher Frank Morales examines the U.S. military's efforts in globalization and how it relates to their subsequent proliferation of "non-leathal" weapons technology and tactics by the armed forces. Morales discovers the non-leathal tactics the U.S. military currently uses overseas have long been in practice as methods of controlling civil disturbances in the U.S.
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