After Attacks, British Cops Mull ‘Shoot-to-Kill’ Questions

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The terrorist attacks in Paris have prompted law enforcers in Great Britain to ponder an issue that might be considered esoteric in the U.S.: Should police officers shoot to kill when facing armed attackers? A police official told the Guardian that an elite anti-terrorism unit of 130 armed officers would be dispatched with a goal
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