British government considers using nerve agents on their own people

Mar 23, 2012 by

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British government may use nerve agents on their own people, leading neuroscientists have warned.he agents to be used by police would be banned under an international treaty on chemical weapons, however the government may use a loophole that means it can use the nerve agents against demonstrators within its own borders. Experts have asked the government whether it intends to develop chemical agents that would incapacitate and go beyond the chemical irritants already used such as CS gas.

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