Ottawa, Ontario – Acting on a request [ouch!] by the Solicitor General of British Columbia, the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP (CPC) is expanding its Chair-initiated complaint and public interest investigation into all Taser-related in-custody deaths and to look specifically into the circumstances surrounding the death of Mr. Clay Alvin Willey in Prince George, B.C. on July 22, 2003. ... [via LINK]
Taser International's distributor in Canada is located in British Columbia (B.C.).
Tasers were first introduced into Canada in B.C. [LINK] [LINK]
B.C. has historically been a bit of a taser hot spot in Canada in absolute numbers. [LINK] Or even in relative numbers. [LINK]
Taser use in B.C. is the subject of investigation after investigation [LINK], inquest after inquest [LINK], inquiry after inquiry [LINK], complaint after complaint [LINK] [LINK], report after report [LINK], etc.
At first glance, and second and third and fourth glance too, more tasers seems to lead to more problems.
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