'Sudden In-Custody Death'
'Sudden Death Following Restraint'
None of the above phrases actually provide any real connect-the-dots meaning. They are all basically placeholders for ignorance. They provide negative value to society because they close the book on cases where perhaps the book should not be closed.
Laying the blame at the feet of nothingness, while potentially aiding the escape of presently-invisible causes of death.
Another one to watch for is:
It's considered to be a symptom of death, not a cause.
It would be far more intellectually honest to use the following phrase.
Cause of Death: Didn't find anything. Leave it open for now.
'Spontaneous Stress-Induced Ventricular Fibrillation'
(...nothing to do with the temporally-associated ECD deployment...)
Taser International's brain trust are probably working on this brand new medicalegal diversion into lunacy right now. They need to head-off the obvious implications of the up-and-coming postmortem tests for VF.
See [LINK] about postmortem diagnosis of ventricular fibrillation.
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