At the direction of supervisors, inmates at a federal prison in Beaumont, Texas, used shoddy and deceptive methods to produce hundreds of thousands of unsafe combat helmets for sale to the U.S. military, reports the Houston Chronicle. From 2006 to 2009, prisoners were told to use rotted Kevlar - the synthetic fiber designed for ballistic protection - then change serial numbers when . . .
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