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US Army crowd control doctrine advocates assassinating protest leaders with snipers
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US Army crowd control doctrine [active as of April 2014] advocates assassinating protest leaders with snipers

[URL="http://fas.org/irp/doddir/army/fm3-19-15.pdf"]http://fas.org/irp/doddir/army/fm3-19-15.pdf

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LETHAL OVERWATCH TEAMS
6-28.
During a NL engagement, the use of a DM team provides confidence
and safety to those facing the mob. If
a lethal threat is presented, the DM
team in an overwatch position (armed with a standard infantry rifle that is
mounted with a high-powered scope) ca
n scan the crowd, identify agitators
and riot leaders for apprehens
ion, or fire lethal fire if so ordered or warranted.
It is also ideally suited for flank and countersniper operations
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Why does the US Army even have a crowd control doctrine?
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Yes. The military should have no jurisdiction over domestic policing matters.
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Quote:Why does the US Army even have a crowd control doctrine?


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The US government is acting like a guilty organization that no longer respects its population. Could it be because they have an agenda other than democracy?
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