Which came first: the fractured skull or the taser?
Coroner: Man hit with Taser died from skull fracture
And so, I ask you this: If you're run over by a Greyhound Bus and you die, did you die because of "internal injuries" or did you die because you were RUN OVER BY A GREYHOUND BUS???
A comment received here this evening:
To be fair, Taser International does warn that individuals can be injured if they are tasered and thus fall from a height. Of course, in this case the subject died after falling from the "height" of perhaps 5-foot-10-inches (a guess). Even when tasers work exactly as intended (hey, it happens), they can still kill. As the Maryland Attorney General recently determined, Taser International has "significantly" understated the risks associated with taser use. And these clear facts perfectly justify the recent 9th Circuit Court decision as an excellent first step with immediate effect.
And another comment:
I used the same analogy about drunk drivers... If you were hit by a drunk driver and died then would you have died from the injuries or from the drunk driver. I like the greyhound bus analogy too. How rediculous to think that if someone is TAZED resulting in a fatality, that the cause of death would be the injuries sustained during the fall??? Is anybody really buying that explanation? YES. Do you know who is buying it? Police Officers and Taser International. Thank you for all the work you have done on this website and have a Happy New Year! Peace
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