Second Quarter (2nd Qtr) results
Covering April, May and June 2010.
Things started off slow in April with only two taser-associated deaths reported. But we got back on track in May and June with six taser-associated deaths each month. Six per month is on track with our new long-term running average.
The last death in June was in Canada, a particularly troublesome market, what with them having 'broken our codes' and formally concluded that tasers are, in fact, potentially lethal.
478. April 10, 2010: Daniel Joseph Barga, 24, Cornelius, Oregon[LINK]
479. April 30, 2010: Adil Jouamai, 32, Arlington, Virginia
480. May 9, 2010: Audreacus Davis, 29, DeKalb County, Georgia
481. May 14, 2010: Sukeba Olawunmi, 39, Clarkston (Dekalb County), Georgia
482. May 24, 2010: Efrain Carrion, 35, Middletown, Connecticut
483. May 28, 2010: Carl D'Andre Johnson, 48, Baltimore, Maryland
484. May 29, 2010: Anastasio Hernandez, 42, San Ysidro (San Diego), California
485. May 29, 2010: Jose Martinez, 53, Waukegan, Illinois
486. June 9, 2010: Terrelle Leray Houston, 22, Hempstead, Texas
487. June 13, 2010: William Owens, 17, Homewood, Alabama
488. June 14, 2010: Jose Alfredo Jimenez, 42, Harris County, Texas
489. June 15, 2010: Michael White, 47, Vallejo, California
490. June 22, 2010: Daniel Sylvester, 35, Crescent City, California
491. June 24, 2010: Aron Firman, 27, Collingwood, Ontario
In other news, that whole Braidwood Inquiry thingy in British Columbia, Canada, sorry that we forgot to mention it in our Annual Report. He he. Use of tasers on that side of Canada is down 90-odd percent. But since our investors are almost as naive as our customers, we figure we'll get away with it.
Anyway, we think that our appeal is going well because the judge seemed to be enjoying our arguments. He seemed to be smirking and suppressing the urge to laugh. Yeah, seems to be going well...