...Officers deployed a conductive energy weapon - known as a taser - to subdue the man. That's when the man became "unresponsive," the SIU said. ...[LINK]
This sad death, being so self-evidently in a tight temporal (cause-and-effect) relationship with the taser deployment, isn't exactly going to help Taser International with their insane appeal of Braidwood's perfectly-logical conclusion that tasers are fully capable of causing death.
Apparently their appeal is set to be heard within the next few weeks.