Clinton signed off in 1993...might have taken longer to get through congressIt was not banned in 1993. That convention wasn't ratified until 1997.Sure there was military grade...and it was banned in combat in 1993...that however didn't keep the Clinton Admin from using it on civilians, when he order the military to raid the Waco compoundThere was never such thing as weapons grade or military grade and you keep using the termsI have repeatedly stated...that I didn't mean to type "weapons" grade...I meant to type, as I had been prior to that, and since.."military grade"It was Cs and all Cs is a weapon there is and was no such thing as weapons grade as opposed to anything else.who said the military was a vehicle?Wrong,hA tank is a tank.
This is why a Bradley fighting vehicle is NOT called a tank. Because it isn't.
And military engineering vehicles are far from even being Bradley's
Differences Between US Military Tanks and Armored Vehicles
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Yeah...yeah....bottom line...armored military weapons, with military grade CS gas was used. Clinton auothized the use of the military on these American citizens.
Once again there was no such th? ing as militaryu grade CS gas.
The military is not a vehicle
Look, you can keep denying there was weapons grade CS gas all you want...but we all know it's true...hence why the world banned it's use in combat....but Clinton and Reno still decided it was ok to use against Americans.
And you said it.
Convention Entry Into Force (EIF)29 April 1997
either way. Clinton still used it