These are the sort of meta-discrepancies for which Taser International has become famous.
Here's another example of a meta-discrepancy (from [LINK]):
Compare this BS claim:
"The TASER ECD Affects the Nerves and Muscles but not the Heart" [Kroll, 2007]
To this legal warning:
"The ECD can produce... changes in... heart rate and rhythm..."
Parsed from: Volunteer Warnings, Risks, Liability Release and Covenant Not to Sue [LINK]
Another difficult-to-answer question would be something along the lines of:
At one time, Taser International prominently featured Kroll's infamous "ping pong paper" [TEXT COPY] on the Taser.com website under "Cardiac Safety".
In other words, if you are not electrocuted by a certain level of electrical current after five seconds, you will not be electrocuted by a 60 second exposure either. If one ping-pong ball hit to the head does not kill you, 1,000 probably cannot either.Since the latest evidence about repeated taser hits being associated with - ah... - DEATH, this so-called paper was (apparently, and apparently silently!) pulled from the Taser website. Why pulled? AND WHY SILENTLY?
Hey! Still here? See also [LINK].