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Old 19-06-2008, 04:23 PM   #41
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Tasering a man carrying his child is way over the top, EXCESSIVE force. The baby would have been electrocuted too in addition to falling and could have been killed.

Thats the thing when they give lethal weapons to fucking fools.
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I didn't agree for my council tax to pay for fucking robot killing machine police officers, I would far prefer a real bobby on the beat who'll give you a clip round the ear if you misbehave.

It's so oppressive walking around public areas, cctv everywhere, phone-masts and then these guys. Sick.
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Old 23-08-2008, 10:04 PM   #45
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Old 23-08-2008, 10:09 PM   #46
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Old 23-08-2008, 11:06 PM   #47
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I can only ask God for guidence

this world can't guide itself

this world refuses to let me guide myself

I only ask God for a view of his own

PEACE is all there is for me

its all I know

knowledge of this world offers no peace

it's doomed to pass away in all the actions of its stray
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Old 24-08-2008, 12:48 AM   #48
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You know that Bono U2 song Beautiful Day?
Lyrics go like this..

The heart is a bloom, shoots up through stony ground
But there's no room, no space to rent in this town
You're out of luck and the reason that you had to care,
The traffic is stuck and you're not moving anywhere.
You thought you’d found a friend to take you out of this place
Someone you could lend a hand in return for grace


It's a beautiful day,
the sky falls And you feel like
it's a beautiful day,
Don’t let it get away


You’re on the road but you’ve got no destination
You’re in the mud, in the maze of her imagination
You love this town even if that doesn’t ring true
You’ve been all over and it’s been all over you


It's a beautiful day,
Don't let it get away
It's a beautiful day,

Touch me, take me to that other place
Teach me love, I know I’m not a hopeless case

See the world in green and blue
See China right in front of you
See the canyons broken by cloud
See the tuna fleets clearing the sea out
See the bedouin fires at night
See the oil fields at first light
See the bird with a leaf in her mouth
After the flood all the colours came out

It was a beautiful day
Don't let it get away
A beautiful day


Touch me, take me to that other place
Reach me, I know I'm not a hopeless case

What you don’t have you don’t need it now
What you don’t know you can feel it somehow
What you don’t have you don’t need it now
You don’t need it now

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Yeh ...um...put this song to a video of taser video's showing people being brutaly getting tased up by some facsist COP
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Old 20-11-2008, 07:19 AM   #53
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Police silence on man's death after they shot him with a Taser


Dylan Welch Police Reporter
November 20, 2008



A MAN died of a heart attack after being repeatedly shot with a Taser in one of the first uses of the weapon in NSW, but police omitted it from official records, including on the man's death certificate.

Gary Pearce, a violent, mentally-ill 56-year-old, died about two weeks after being shot with a stun gun when he threatened police with a frying pan in May 2002.




The link between his death and his being shot by a Taser could have been used as evidence of the risks of the controversial weapon, but was only made public by the NSW Ombudsman on Tuesday.

The Police Commissioner, Andrew Scipione, yesterday admitted he only learned of the Taser link on Tuesday night, when he was given a copy of a scathing report by the Ombudsman, Bruce Barbour, into the use of stun guns.

The revelation comes on the back of a growing body of international research that draws links between the weapon and a series of deaths.

In North America the debate has been particularly fierce, with two recent reports stating there had been 18 deaths in Canada and 150 in the US in recent years involving stun guns.

The NSW Ombudsman's report, released yesterday, studied the use of the weapon by two specialist police units between 2002 and last year. It found there were potential risks in giving the weapon to general duties police, which happened last month.

The report was also critical of police procedures and called for a two-year moratorium on any further roll-out of the weapons pending an independent review of their safety.

In a bid to assuage community concern, police fitted the guns with a camera on the stock, which automatically records when the gun is drawn.

In May, the then police minister, David Campbell, did not wait for the release of the Ombudsman's report before widening the weapon's use.

"The Government is about making decisions, not necessarily about sitting around waiting for reports," Mr Campbell said.

But it is the report that police and Mr Campbell ignored that has brought to light the most worrying incident involving a Taser since it was introduced to specialist police in 2002.

Mr Pearce, a schizophrenic with a violent history, had barricaded himself inside his inner-west Sydney home.

The tactical response group, issued with Tasers only months before, broke in and fired a stun gun at him when he threatened them with a frying pan.


"It failed to have the proper effect and the man continued to aggressively resist police," the Ombudsman's report stated.

Officers fired the gun again but missed. They fired a third time by pushing it into the man as he lay on the floor struggling.

Mr Pearce was taken to Canterbury Hospital and treated for his mental condition and injuries. According to the Ombudsman's report, 12 days later Mr Pearce was released from care but suffered a heart attack and died as he walked along a Lakemba street.

Emergency officers - including police - were at his death.

"The death certificate and police records relating to the death did not mention that the man had been subject to a Taser application," the report states.

Mr Pearce, a heavy smoker, had a long-term heart disease, a thyroid problem and Hepatitis C.

In the Ombudsman's report it is noted that the groups most at-risk from Tasers are older people and those with heart problems.

"Given the widespread concern that has been documented about Taser use on people with health problems, and in particular heart conditions, it is worth noting the circumstances in which this man was subjected to the Taser application and his subsequent death," the report states.

Police challenge the Ombudsman version of events, saying Mr Pearce died 17, not 12, days after the barricade incident and that he was stunned only once, with the first two shots failing.

"Police were satisfied at that time that doctors discounted any link to the use of a Taser, and continue to hold that view," police said in an emailed statement yesterday. "There is no published report that suggests the use of a Taser is responsible."

Yesterday Mr Scipione said he had only learnt of the link on Tuesday night, but the Herald later confirmed that police were handed a draft report in August.

■ Police yesterday shot dead an armed robbery suspect in Adelaide. The man was shot after he confronted police at a house in Parafield Gardens, police said.

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Old 21-11-2008, 09:12 AM   #54
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Son tasered while carrying father's coffin

November 20, 2008

A North Carolina sheriff's official has apologised for plunging a funeral into chaos when undercover agents tried to arrest the dead man's son - and used a stun gun on him in the process.

It happened as the coffin was being loaded into a hearse. The officers planned to quietly arrest pallbearer Gladwyn Taft Russ III.

Relatives said two deputies dressed in coats and ties grabbed Russ and kneed him in his back before using the stun gun on him. One deputy's gun fell out of its holster.

Russ's sister, Taffy Gause, said when she got out of the car a deputy "was waving a gun at me and my mom and yelling to get back or he was going to shoot". She said some mourners went home instead of going to the cemetery.

Russ, 42, had failed to surrender after being charged with threatening his ex-wife who lives in another state, officials said. Following his father's death on November 11, Russ agreed to surrender after the funeral.

When deputies approached Russ during the funeral on Saturday, he "went wild" and spat on the officers, said chief deputy Ed McMahon.

McMahon said the officers should have waited until after the cemetery service.

"It was never my intention to create any more problems for the family, and I am truly sorry and apologise for that," he said.

McMahon said the officers pointed stun guns at people because the crowd was moving toward them.

Russ was charged with assault on a government official, resisting an officer, disorderly conduct and felony malicious conduct by a prisoner.

"Everybody was so scared. We thought it was a drug deal gone bad," said Ronnie Simmons, a pallbearer and Russ's brother-in-law. "We almost dropped the casket."

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Old 21-12-2008, 06:40 AM   #55
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December 21, 2008


A junior police officer who shot a knife-wielding woman in western Sydney was not qualified to use a Taser stun gun, despite the weapon being available at her police station.

Police said they were called to an address on Iron St in North Parramatta about 1.30am (AEDT) today after reports a woman was threatening a man with a knife.

When police arrived, it's alleged officers were themselves threatened by the woman.

Police failed to subdue the woman with capsicum spray, and when she allegedly attacked them again, a female officer fired a number of gunshots, police said.

The 48-year-old woman was seriously injured and was taken to Westmead Hospital where she remains in a serious but stable condition.

The 23-year-old man was taken to the same hospital and treated for a neck laceration, sustained in the initial confrontation.

It is not known whether the pair knew each other but both were local residents.

Acting Assistant Commissioner and Acting North-West Region Commander Karen Webb said no officers on duty at Parramatta Local Area Command that night were trained to use tasers.

"There weren't officers on duty last night that were trained in the Taser ... and certified," Assistant Commissioner Webb told reporters in Sydney on Sunday.

"Tasers have been issued to each of the 80 local area commands across the state and it's a question of those police that have been trained and certified being available at the time to be able to use them."

Assistant Commissioner Webb would not comment on how many times the gun was fired or where the woman was shot, except to say the situation escalated quickly.

"Police have a range of tactical options and they had already tried to use capsicum spray but that had failed to subdue the woman," she said.

"The situation escalated so quickly that the options that were taken at the time were based on the circumstances at the time."

The matter is now being investigated by a critical incident team and the policewoman is expected to return to duty soon.

"She's gone home to rest as she was on night shift and there's no indication that she won't be returning to duty in the near future," Asst Comm Webb said.

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Johann Hari: Tasers are an outrage we must resist


We are moving to a culture of widespread assault by electricity


Monday, 22 December 2008



Daniel Sylvester can't forget the night the police fired 50,000 volts of electricity into his skull. The 46-year-old grandfather owns his own security business, and he was recently walking down the street when a police van screeched up to him.


He didn't know what they wanted, but obeyed when they told him to approach slowly. "I then had this incredible jolt of pain on the back of my head," he explains. The electricity made him spasm; as he fell to the ground, he felt his teeth scatter on the tarmac and his bowels open. "Then they shot me again in the head. I can't describe the pain." (Another victim says it is "like someone reached into my body to rip my muscles apart with a fork.") The police then saw he was not the person they were looking for, said he was free to go, and drove off.

This did not happen in Egypt or Saudi Arabia or any other country notorious for using electro-shock weapons. It happened in north London and, if the Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith, has her way, it will be coming soon to a street near you. In Britain there are 3,000 police officers trained to use Tasers as part of specialised armed response units, but Smith has fired a jolt forward. She wants there to be 30,000 Taser-carrying officers, authorised to use them against unarmed citizens, including children. These "stun-guns" fire small metal darts into your skin, and through the trailing wires run an agonising electric current through your body.

Smith is right to say that the police face a growing threat of violence, and these heroic frontline officers must have the means to defend themselves. She's also right to argue it better to use a Taser than to use a gun. But the police can already swiftly call out armed response teams, equipped with Tasers and firearms. If we move beyond this to a widespread culture of assault by electricity, it will only endanger the police – and the rest of us.

Smith wants Tasers to be distributed well beyond the ranks of specially trained firearms officers, but Tasers can kill. Amnesty International has just published a report showing that, since 2001, 334 people have died in the US during or just after Tasering. Jarrel Gray was a partially deaf 20-year-old black man involved in an argument in the street in Frederick County, Maryland, when the police approached him and ordered him to lie on the ground. He didn't hear them – so they Tasered him. As he lay paralysed on the ground, they told him to show his hands. He couldn't obey. They Tasered him again. Jarrel died in hospital two hours later.

Ryan Rich was a 33-year-old medical doctor who had an epileptic seizure while driving his car on a Nevada highway. He crashed into the side of the road. The police smashed a window to get into the car and Ryan woke up, startled. The police officer reacted by Tasering him repeatedly. Only when they were handcuffing him did they notice he was turning blue. He was dead before he got to hospital. The coroner noted dryly that the Taser "probably contributed" to his death. Taser International's brochures claim their weapons have "no after-effects."

There may, in fact, be even more deaths than are recorded. Taser International has responded to medical examiners saying their weapons kill not by changing their weapons, but by suing the medical examiners. After the chief medical examiner of Summit Country, Ohio, ruled that Tasering caused the death of three young men, they sued her, and she was forced to remove the conclusions from her reports. The president of the National Association of Medical Examiners says Taser International's behaviour is "dangerously close to intimidation".

Yet Smith appears still to be taking the corporate propaganda of Taser International – who dominate the international stun-gun market – at face value. The company are startlingly glib when their spiel begins to crumble. A recent scientific study conducted by biomedical engineers for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation found that nine per cent of the guns give a far larger electric shock than advertised. Some sent a 58 per cent higher voltage through the victim's body. Steve Tuttle, the vice-president of Taser, responded: "Regardless of whether or not the anomaly is accurate, it has no bearing on safety." The UK Defence Scientific Advisory Council has warned there is research suggesting that Tasers could cause "a serious cardiac event" when fired at children. But still Smith won't compromise.

Everyday on-the-beat policing does n0t happen in the tightly controlled scenarios imagined by the Home Office. It is messy and scrappy and carried out at high speed by people who are frightened and coursing with adrenaline: some 90 per cent of Tasered people in the US are unarmed. Matthew Fogg, who led a SWAT team in the US, warns that Tasers create a culture where "if I don't like you, I can torture you".

If we slip into that policing culture, mistrust and violence against police officers can only increase. That's why so many senior police are highly sceptical about Smith's plans, from the former head of the Flying Squad, John O'Connor, to the former head of the West Midlands Police, Barry Mason.

Far from lowering violence, Tasers seem to lower the threshold that by which the police resort to violence – and criminals respond by lowering theirs. In the US, a 16-year-old schoolboy was Tasered by cops in a playground for "using profanity"; a dementia-riddled man in his eighties was shocked for urinating in the park; 50,000 volts were fired at a 17-year-old boy who had fallen off an overpass and broken his back.

The Metropolitan Police have said they won't participate in Smith's Taser roll-out because they know it'll be particularly disastrous for relations with black and Asian communities. In the US, only 18 per cent of Tasered people are white. Imagine if the boys in Brixton and Moss Side weren't just been stopped-and-searched – which creates enough grievance – but apprehended in this way. How many Taser attacks would have to make it onto YouTube before we have riots?

Daniel Sylvester still has nightmares about what happened to him. If we don't stop Jacqui Smith, many more British people will be joining him – and we will all be in for a shock.

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Michigan 15-year-old dies after police Taser him

Mar 22, 4:07 PM (ET)


BAY CITY, Mich. (AP) - Police in Michigan say a 15-year-old boy has died after being Tasered by officers who were trying to break up a fight.

Police didn't release his name and say state police are investigating.

A Bay City police news release says officers answered a report of an early morning fight on Sunday. The statement says two males were arguing in an apartment, and one of them "attempted to fight the officers."

Police say officers Tasered him, and his reaction led them to immediately call for emergency medical help. He was pronounced dead at Bay Regional Medical Center.

Deputy Chief Thomas Pletzke tells WNEM-TV police placed one officer on administrative leave.


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Man dies after police stun gun attack

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April 17, 2009 - 12:17PM

Northern Territory police are investigating why a man died after he was shot with a stun gun and capsicum spray last night.


Police said the 39-year-old stopped breathing shortly after police stunned him and sprayed him with capsicum spray in Alice Springs just after 10pm.


The man had confronted police officers who were at a house responding to a domestic disturbance.


A police spokesperson said the officers were forced to fire the stun gun and use capsicum spray to subdue the man but he continued to struggle with police.


"After a short time police observed the person was not breathing and immediately commenced CPR," the spokesperson said.


Paramedics also helped but the man died a short time later at Alice Springs Hospital.


Police from the major crime division are investigating the incident on behalf of the NT Coroner. The investigation will be overseen by the Ethical and Professional Standards Command.

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Old 20-10-2009, 09:52 PM   #59
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University of Florida student Tasered at Kerry forum



a local source at http://www.gainesvillesun.com/taser...Taser tasered kerry UF University of Florida student college arrest police violence

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He wrote letters of apology.... and basically was forced to shut the hell up or face numerous lawsuits


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