That's not his job.
As with the Flat-Earth and Moon Landing Hoax people, the ability to manufacture reams of paper doesn't necessarily prove anything. Especially when the real-world empirical evidence that tasers really can cause or contribute to death is so overwhelming and crystal clear.
I'm confident that the Braidwood Inquiry gave Taser International a more-than-fair hearing. He was actually very courteous and gentle with them. Reading some of the testimony, if I was in his position, I probably would have lost it.
But it's not Braidwood's mandate to individually categorize all the pro-taser "evidence" into neat piles marked as follows:
- Sample size too small to address the question
- Studies lumping injuries together with death
- Studies that excluded two taser-deaths (circular logic)
- Studies that even mention deceptive garbage such as "2mA average"
- Studies that also indicate tasers have no effect
- Studies from deceptive people
- Studies from those that misapply Latin language logic
Some of the studies that Taser International has held-up as evidence have been so utterly flawed that even I, an average Joe, can spot the errors instantly. Many of these have been reviewed on this blog.
Taser International, in reference to the nearly 500 people listed as dying after being tasered, issues a study that proves that these people are not actually dead.
There comes a point where the evidence is clear.