San Jose, CA - Daniel Miller and Edward Sample, who used a baseball bat to beat up Jorge Trujillo in downtown San Jose (on 25 January 2006) are guilty of murder, a prosecutor alleged, even though the disoriented victim didn't die until after police subdued him during a violent run-in hours later with a baton and multiple Taser shots.
Dr. Christopher Happy, a Santa Clara County medical examiner at the time, ruled that it was likely Mr. Trujillo would have died from injuries he suffered before the Taser shots. But he also concluded that being zapped 21 times with stun guns (about 90 minutes after that beating) contributed to his death. ...[LINK]
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