A company spokes-moron states that 'no medical examiner in Canada has pointed to the taser as a contributing factor in any deaths.'
Yeah, but there seems to be a backlog of mysterious taser-associated deaths.
The sequence is often like this: Tasered. Died (with a statistical surplus of chest hits). No other cause-of-death forthcoming (even months later). And remember that if a taser did cause a death, it would leave no internal postmortem evidence.
There are several recent examples of young, healthy, non-excited, non-delirious people dying immediately after being tasered in the chest. As opposed to all those brave taser trainees that are carefully tasered in the back (NEVER the chest).
And someone should investigate the relationship between Taser and medical examiners in Canada. Is Taser calling these folks to influence their findings? If so, why? Time to call some witnesses and ask some pointed questions. "Have you ever been contacted by anyone from Taser, or anyone in Canada with an interest in tasers?" (Hey! Just asking!)
This isn't rocket science folks.
If you arrived here on direct link to a specific post, then you may click here if you wish to view all the latest posts on the Excited-Delirium blog.