So Toyota - as many as 89 deaths (max).
.: Huge publicity, massive and expensive recall.
Meanwhile, use of tasers has been "associated" with at least
Amnesty International made a huge effort to track down about 150 autopsy reports of those that died in a taser incident. Of the randomly-obtained 150 autopsy reports involving tasers, the taser was reportedly mentioned as a cause or contributing factor in 50 of those 150. Sometimes you'll see this number reported as "50". I prefer to report it as "about one-third", because I see no reason why this wouldn't be applicable to all [now] 482+ taser-associated deaths. You do the math.
[50 of 150 is about one-third. Extrapolate that to the ever-increasing
By the way, this ratio is just what has slipped through the net. Taser International has manufactured much of the so-called science, and then used (US) Daubert motions to quash any alternate testimony. This legal trick has run its course. Given the larger picture, this one-third ratio can only be a low ball value. [LINK]
Even ignoring the obvious ratio between the number of Toyotas on the toad as compared to the number of tasers, it is clear that tasers have probably caused or contributed to more deaths than the recent unintended acceleration problems with Toyotas.