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Psychoactive Drugs as Weapons & Policing Tools

2004 CCLE Policy Report: Pharmacotherapy and the Future of the Drug War


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The Sunshine Project
Nonprofit group that works to stop biological weapons.

  • US Marine Corps Seeks to Censor Sunshine Project Website
    Announcement - 15 July 2004
    Citing alleged dangers to US Department of Defense research programs and employees, the United States Marine Corps is insisting that the Sunshine Project remove three US government documents from its website. The situation pits a small non-profit organization that seeks to uphold arms control treaties against the US Department of Defense, which wishes to keep its research on chemical weapons secret.
  • Press Release on "calmative" weapons, with link to FOIA obtained report (pdf) on psychoactive calmatives produced by Penn State's Applied Research Laboratory, as part of The US Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate (JNLWD).

Crowd Control Technology Page
From the Penn State Institute for Nonlethal Defense Technologies

Nonlethal Weapons Research Project
Center for Conflict Resolution

Law Review article on Legal Issues Related to Non-Lethal Weapons
Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law, Vol 7, No 2 (June 2000) 

Knockout Gas Proves Deadly in Moscow
A two-day hostage siege in a Moscow theatre, where 50 Chechen rebels held 750 people captive in a desperate act to draw public attention to the ongoing war in their province, ended in a cloud of knockout gas. The military rescue authorized by Russian President Putin began the raid by pumping an unidentified gas into the theatre ventilation system, which debilitated or rendered unconscious almost everyone exposed to it.

Wonder Weapons:The Pentagon's quest for nonlethal arms is amazing. But is it smart?
Article from US News, which mentions development of device that uses very low frequency electromagnetic radiation to induce sleep.

WIRED Magazine Article on NonLethal Weapons, mentioning some psychoactive drug-based weapons.

Report "US Military Nonlethal Weapons" Source unclear.