Honeywell International, Inc. is under fire from the U.S. Justice Department for manufacturing defective material used in bulletproof vests used by the country’s law enforcement and military personnel. The Associated Press reports the material, Zylon Shield, degrades quickly over time, especially in hot and humid conditions, making vests in which it is used less effective or unsafe. The Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Honeywell, saying the company had scientific data that showed Zylon Shield would not hold up long term, and sold the product to the vest manufacturer, Armor Holdings, Inc., anyway, the AP reports. The suit has ... Read More
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