The New York Times (January 4, 2010)
EDITORIAL - Tasers and Liability
"A federal appeals court in California has sent a strong warning to law enforcement officials that should make them rethink the all-too-common use of Tasers. It ruled last week that a police officer can be held liable for delivering a high-level electric shock to an unarmed person who poses no immediate threat. ..." [LINK]
Did you notice the phrase "all-too-common"?
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