Medical devices used by criminal gangs are being used to commit crimes.

It is no surprise that this has become a hot topic in the criminal justice world.

It also is no coincidence that criminal gangs have a long history of using medical devices to commit crime.

The most obvious example of this is the sale of strykers, a medical device designed to treat the post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Strykers were developed in the 1970s to treat soldiers with PTSD, and became very popular in the 1980s.

The military has since developed many other types of medical devices, including prosthetics and orthotics.

But the medical devices that have become more popular in recent years are not stryker devices.

They are prosthetic and orthotic devices.

The prosthetic stryking devices are often designed to mimic the appearance of a real strykan, a prosthetic limb that is typically designed to resemble the hand of a human.

These prosthetic devices, which are often used to augment a person’s physical abilities, can be purchased for between $150 and $600.

Stryker prosthetics are commonly used in the U.S. and around the world to assist people with disabilities and injuries.

These devices, called “strykers,” are also used to enhance prosthetic arms and legs and to improve mobility in people with spinal cord injuries.

A number of countries have laws that specifically prohibit the sale and use of prosthetic or orthotic medical devices in criminal gangs.

However, the U