This past month there have been a couple of vary odd taser incidents.
- A 43-year-old California man died after getting tased eight times. Apparently, he had driven through a stop sign. Later stories were that he became combative and uncooperative. Seems like there never should have been a death.
- A Marathoner in Cincinnati was tased because his shorts kept falling down and he wasn’t wearing underwear.
Both of these cases will be looked at for the number of questions as to what happened. The police are claiming no wrongdoing.
Spend some time reading some of the other posts from here at the Injuryboard:
Tasers Can Kill And Deployment Policies Are Inconsistent Or Non-Existent, Bret Hanna | June 12, 2009 2:06 PM
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