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  • Liquid Body Armor Tested in Poland(01:44)
  • Moratex manufacturers are testing a liquid body armor that, when fitted in a vest, can stop bullets and prevent lethal ricochets.
  • Date: April 02, 2015
  • Source: Reuters
  • Man Brings Gun, Body Armor To Movie Theate...(00:53)
  • A man is in police custody after showing up at a movie theater dressed in body armor, and carrying a gun and a phony CIA I.D. Police were called to t...
  • Date: August 01, 2013
  • Source: FOX17
  • Liquid Technology Could Suit Body Armor(01:42)
  • Manufacturers Moratex have created a liquid that, when fitted in a vest, can stop bullets fired at 450 meters per second and prevent the lethal ricoch...
  • Date: April 08, 2015
  • Source: Reuters
  • Man Wearing Body Armor Arrested At LAX Wit...(00:52)
  • A man wearing a bullet-proof vest was arrested at LAX after customs agents found a smoke grenade, a gas mask and body bags in his luggage. Yongda Hua...
  • Date: October 10, 2012
  • Source: KTLA
  • How Easy Is It to Buy an Armored Truck?(02:48)
  • After a shootout at the Dallas police headquarters 10 days ago, when cops shot at a gunman’s car and the bullets seemed to just bounce off, INSIDE EDI...
  • Date: June 23, 2015
  • Source: InsideEdition
  • Guinea Pig Armor for Sale on EBay(01:09)
  • One eBay item up for grabs is body armor for a guinea pig. The scale-mail and accompanying small steel helmet make up the set.
  • Date: June 18, 2013
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Armed Men Turn Out to Be Guys Playing 'Sup...(01:00)
  • Police in Florida were approached by some concerned citizens who said they saw men putting on body armor and taking guns out of a car. As Gillian Pens...
  • Date: August 01, 2013
  • Source: Buzz60
  • Corn Flour Inspires Bullet Proof Technolog...(02:38)
  • Davy Cheong, the chief technology officer of Singapore start-up Sofshell, explains how substances such as corn flour have inspired the development of ...
  • Date: August 28, 2012
  • Source: WSJ Video

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