"We don't have any particular cases where it's clearly evident the Taser was the cause of death," said Dr. William Bozeman. [LINK]
The fact that the taser is incapable of leaving any internal postmortem evidence creates a 'proof issue'; especially when combined with coroners that have been subjected to Taser-instigated brainwashing about 'excited delirium' and threats of (and actual) lawsuits.
But we do have more and more cases where someone was tasered and then died. It certainly seems that the tide has turned against Taser in recent weeks. When Taser reacts with silence, you know that they're scared sh1tless of a particular incident.
I've always felt that Taser would be nothing but an interesting topic for a Micheal Moore film by about late-2008, or perhaps well into 2009 with their skillful delaying tactics (and their base of particularly stupid, slow reacting investors).
As TNT has pointed out, the clock is ticking. [LINK]
UPDATE: See [LINK].
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