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“Dragon Skin” body armor still isn't approved for use by U.S. troops, but a man in Boston got his hands on one vest, thanks to the on-line shopping site: eBay.
Tonight: the government wants that piece of Fresno made body armor back.
When we brought this story to you in February, the U.S. government denied any federal investigation was underway and that any and all tested body armor had been accounted for.
Now, what we assumed back then may be true today.
Evidence shows: a federal investigation tracing that piece of “Dragon Skin” was underway.
"I decided I was also gonna do a nine month tour, started shopping for the normal equipment, a satellite phone, a tough book, and of course body armor,” said Richard Warren.
Leading him to the online marketplace eBay.
That's where Boston resident Richard Warren says he purchased his "Dragon Skin" body armor from a man by the name of David Bronson, who according to Warren had served two tours in Iraq with the United States Army.
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