Here is the sequence of a typical taser "associated" death:
Someone is acting irrationally. Police are called. The police race to the scene. The subject is tasered, immediately becomes unresponsive, and dies. The interval between being tasered and the onset of death is often extremely short. Example: [LINK].
The next part of the typical sequence is that the coroner, having been brainwashed by deceptive propaganda, concludes that the use of the taser was not a cause of death. They conclude that the death was from other causes.
So, following this logic, all the police need to do to totally prevent a taser "associated" death (not prevent the death, but prevent it being associated with their taser) is just drive a bit slower while enroute to the scene. If they were to arrive even one minute later, then the subject would crumple to the ground while the officer was still reaching for his taser.
The police would be able to honestly report that they were considering use of the taser, but the subject died all by himself during that extra minute.
The above suggestion follows logically from the denial of causality in so many taser "associated" deaths.
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