Mission Statement - De-Spinning the Pro-Taser Propaganda

Yeah right, 'Excited Delirium' my ass...

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The primary purpose of this blog is to provide an outlet for my observations and analysis about tasers, taser "associated" deaths, and the behaviour exhibited by the management, employees and minions of Taser International. In general, everything is linked back to external sources, often via previous posts on the same topic, so that readers can fact-check to their heart's content. This blog was started in late-2007 when Canadians were enraged by the taser death of Robert Dziekanski and four others in a short three month period. The cocky attitude exhibited by the Taser International spokespuppet, and his preposterous proposal that Mr. Dziekanski coincidentally died of "excited delirium" at the time of his taser-death, led me to choose the blog name I did and provides my motivation. I have zero financial ties to this issue.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Taser spokespuppet drawn-and-quartered

Attention - do not miss the exchange of comments on the previous post.

Someone going by the username 'gettir' is either Taser's famous Dr. Kroll himself, or someone cutting-and-pasting Dr. Kroll's exact words.

Normally, I'd just delete such propaganda from Taser spokespuppets left as comments (as warned by the notice at the top of the comment section of this blog), but since this is the first clear example of such rubbish, I thought I take the time to draw-and-quarter the pathetic arguments and hang the remains on the city gate as warning to other Taser spokespuppets.

Quick link to comment war: [LINK]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The must-see comments are on the previous post. But if you're here by error, have a laugh...


I looked up "Grettir" to see if the username itself provided any clues about who this Taser spokespuppet really is. Nordic origins.

During my research into the connections, I stumbled across the origin of the surname Kroll:

"...the surname was usually a theatrical name for an actor who played the part of a king in the famous travelling theatres of those ancient times... ...nickname, in this case one given by the person's compatriots to one who was thought to give himself 'kingly' airs..."

Yeah, 'kingly airs'. That fits.