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Hours before federal police officers cleared a crowded park near the White House with smoke and tear gas on June 1, the lead military police officer in the Department of Defense for the DC region reportedly asked if the DC National Guard had a kind of military heat ray that might be deployed against demonstrators in the nation's capital.
The judge overseeing the case ruled Wednesday that government prosecutors can examine Holmes. The ruling was in response to the failed blood-testing startup founder's plan to introduce evidence of "mental disease or defect" or other mental condition "bearing on the issue of guilt," according to the filing.