[Steve] Tuttle said although many of the findings of the [Braidwood Inquiry] are consistent with the company's warnings and training materials, it is important that the safety of its devices was recognized.[LINK]
No Steve, that's not what the Braidwood Inquiry concluded.
The Braidwood Inquiry concluded that tasers are fully capable of causing death, even with healthy adults, and that their use should therefore be restricted to match that ugly reality. This is an ugly, death-dealing reality that has for too long been denied by Taser International.
The Braidwood Commission Phase 1 report, dated June 2009, was cover-to-cover full of criticism of the way tasers were being used (almost entirely traceable back to Taser International through the vertically-integrated marketing and "training" propaganda scheme).
Steve, you know all this.
Which makes your claim (as quoted above) a bald-faced ___.
[No wonder Steve's nose is so long and pointy...]