The Latest Crime-Solving Technique the Gun Lobby Doesn’t Like Marking bullets with tiny codes could fight crime, but there's a battle raging over using such technology By ADAM COHEN | @adamscohen | June 18, 2012 REED SAXON / AP A bullet casing showing identification codes, at center, is shown through a microscope at a news conference at the Los Angeles Police Academy.
Microstamping codes on bullets could make things easier. Gun lobby opposes.
Federal Bureau of Investigation surveillance unit capable of spying on Skype, other Internet communications.
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