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Cops to get better armored outfits; more resistant to some assault rifles


By Walt Philbin
The New Orleans Times-Picayune

NEW ORLEANS - Forty-four members of the New Orleans police Special Operations Division, which includes the SWAT team, are scheduled to receive improved body armor, possibly by the end of May, police said Wednesday.



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