Proponents often describe tasers as "safe and effective".
Here's an example of "effective"...
Brunswick County: 'Taser failed to stop man before he was shot...' - "After giving a warning, Hardee shot Walters with a Taser, but Walters removed the Taser’s electronic probes and continued advancing toward the deputy, according to the statement." [LINK]
So "effective" sometimes means completely ineffective. This is not the only example.
I wonder what they mean by "safe"?
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