Like these: http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/10/12/earlyshow/main648859.shtml
I am certain you have not placed anywhere near the time and efforts that CBS News Correspondent Wyatt Andews did.
Did you read this article?
While the coroner blamed a drug overdose
, the family blames multiple, unnecessary electric shocks,
Borden was also high on drugs
However, since 2000, five different medical examiners have listed the stun gun or the TASER specifically as a factor
in someone's death.
None of these cases listed the taser as killing anyone. There was one case that didn't list the medical examiners findings so I didn't post that one.
This is from 2005 - and how long have you been reasearching tasers?
The county coroner found no evidence of alcohol or drugs in his system and ruled that Ryan's death could be
attributed to the Taser shock, physical exertion from the chase and the fact that one of his heart arteries was unusually small.
Again nothing else in this article shows that a taser caused the death of anyone.
An autopsy report from the Cook County's Medical Examiner's Office attributed the death of Ronald Hasse, 54, to electrocution from two Taser jolts delivered by a Chicago police officer. The autopsy said methamphetamines contributed to Hasse's death.
How long did it take you to post these? It is apparent you didn't read them. Again...where is the evidence that shows a taser killed someone? So far every case you have posted had other factors.
Same case as above.
No medical examiner information.
In dozens of cases nationwide, autopsies showed the victims died of a heart attack, cocaine intoxication or underlying causes such as heart disease.
But autopsies in at least five cases found Tasers were a contributing factor in the deaths.
The Taser was one of several methods used to restrain William Lomax, a 26-year-old who was under the influence of PCP
Taser contributed to the death of Gordon Jones, who was cocaine-intoxicated
The rest of the cases here all had other factors as well. Still nothing that shows that tasers cause death.
No medical information here.
The gun's manufacturer says that, based on autopsy results, none of the deaths has been directly caused by a Taser.
And this from Police One's Website: http://www.policeone.com/police-products/less-lethal/taser/articles/89933/
Second link...no medical examiner report.
Third link Most deaths were later attributed to drugs, pre-existing heart problems or "excited delirium," a psychotic and typically drug-induced state in which the heart is susceptible to cardiac arrest.
In Tipton's case, it will fall to Pinellas-Pasco medical examiner Jon Thogmartin to determine the cause of death. Thogmartin, who declined to comment Thursday, said in October that it was a medical fact that a Taser alone would not kill.
Before Tipton, one person had died in the Tampa Bay area after a Taser shot. An autopsy attributed that 2004 death involving Hillsborough deputies to "accidental cocaine-induced agitated delirium."
Your last link..no medical examiner findings. All partial information.
I have done extensive research on tasers. I have read everything you have posted here and nothing you have posted has said that a taser killed someone.
As for the officers filing suit, thanks for that link. I had not read about that. I have no idea if they are lying or telling the truth. I guess that will be up to a court of law. Isn't it you that thinks police are bad, and lie? So these group in your opinion is truthful? Why is that exactly?
If you need a refresher course in how to conduct research I am certain you can find a tutorial online!
No thanks. You failed miserably here. You have yet to prove your statement that Tasers kill people. So I will stick to my research and add your links to that research since you just helped me prove even moreso that tasers are not deadly. Thanks!