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Topic - Arno Clair
U.S. Marines are participating in a training exercise that aims to adapt the investigative techniques the Los Angeles police have used for decades against violent street gangs to take on the Taliban more as a powerful drug-trafficking mob than an insurgency.
"If they are on the fence about police and they say 'hi' back, then at least we've dealt with that issue, and if they don't, then at least I know who I'm dealing with around here," he told Lt. Abbott.
Sgt. Clair said, waving his hand out his window to a man who looked away in disgust.