Md. Report Calls for More Taser Restrictions
(22 December 2009)
Barry Kissin, a Frederick lawyer..., faulted the report for not putting more blame on Taser International. "The report also states that 'training materials provided by the manufacturer of these devices tended to significantly understate the risks associated with [Taser] use,'. The report stops short of referring to this 'understatement' as unscrupulous fraud for the sake of maximizing sales. I believe an appropriate recommendation would be to terminate all business with Taser International and to demand refunds." [Officer.com (!)]
I wonder what sort of biased whitewashing of the Maryland AG's report will emerge from the "Sponsored by Taser International" spokespuppet that writes on PoliceOne? LOL.
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