Filed 03/29/10 USDC Colorado
Judge Philip A. Brimmer
Civil Case No. 07-cv-01844-PAB-KLM
ORDER DENYING DEFENDANT TASER’S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT
Taser argues that “there is no evidence that the TASER Device properly connected to Wilson to deliver electricity to his body.” ... However, in what appears to be an attempt to have its cake and eat it too, Taser also argues that the “Device functioned as intended, as it immediately incapacitated Wilson – effectively restraining Wilson so that he would not be a threat to himself or others.”
Wow. Taser's motion was self-contradictory. Duh.
I've said it before. Each of their claims is perhaps (in some insane world) believable when viewed alone. But when all their arguments are laid on the table and examined at once, the self-contradictions start to reveal themselves.
The extracts from their motion almost give the impression that they've resigned themselves to their fate. They're not even trying. Either that or they're idiots.
Anyone know who underwrites their corporate liability policies?