New York Times - Orin S. Kerr, a former federal prosecutor and a professor at George Washington University Law School, called it “an important case” that was unusual in the way it set a broad rule without giving deference to the use of force by the police. "This decision is trying to create rules to govern cops and is trying to limit the use of Tasering,” he said. “It has a very big real-world impact." ... [LINK]
"...a very big real-world impact..."
Gee, that isn't exactly what the brain-trust at Taser International implied... [LINK]
Who are YOU going to trust? The slick-talking stungun salesmen that will happily put you in legal jeopardy to sell one more taser cartridge, or a law professor?
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