GREENDALE - A police detective tased a man in Southridge Mall Saturday. The 20-year-old man fell to the floor and was unresponsive. Nurses assisted with CPR and Southridge Mall provided a "paddle device" to try to resuscitate the man until rescue personal arrived. "Everybody was watching and waiting to see if he was coming back (alive) or not," worker Claire Mitchell told TODAY'S TMJ4 HD exclusively. ...the officer "feared for her safety," and deployed the Taser. That's when the man dropped to the ground. "He kind of lost consciousness, his heart stopped and they were doing CPR on him," Mitchell said. "It took about 15 minutes to bring him back to life." ... [LINK]
According to Taser International, this tasered-and-heart-stopped incident must be a pure coincidence.
They would claim that there's no cause-and-effect relationship.
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