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A commanding officer of the Alaska militia engaged under proper authority in the suppression of any of those acts listed in AS 26.05.070 may determine the means to be used in controlling or dispersing any mob or other unlawful assembly. A commanding officer who exercises this discretion is not liable in either a civil or criminal action for an act done in the line of duty.
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