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  1. UCLA Taser incident - Wikipedia

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    Prior to the UCLA Taser Incident, several grassroots campaigns between 2002-2006 were undertaken by UCLA students to educate the student body in regard to Duren's history of excessive force. The campaigns were initiated by distinct parties in response to Duren's aggressive behavior for pedestrian citations.

    • November 14, 2006
    • Shocked by a Taser
  2. Talk:UCLA Taser incident - Wikipedia

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    Cause of Incident. I found it a bit odd that the cause of the Taser Incident was the a student was shocked by a taser. That seems circular/redundant. Shouldn't the cause be that he refused to show identification and was allegedly defiant of the police? StatsJunkie 18:51, 4 July 2017 (UTC) Update tag

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  4. Robert Dziekański Taser incident - Wikipedia

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    The incident has revived debate concerning police use of Tasers.This was the 16th death following the police use of Tasers in Canada since 2003 and civil liberties groups have called for a moratorium on Tasers until training and procedures can be developed and implemented to minimize the risks.

    • October 14, 2007
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  5. The UCLA Taser incident occurred on November 14, 2006, when student Mostafa Tabatabainejad was stunned multiple times by campus police for allegedly refusing to be escorted out of Powell Library, following his refusing to present his BruinCard to a Community Service Officer. Present day (2007-present)

  6. Talk:UCLA Taser incident/Archive 1 - Wikipedia

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    Support UCLA Taser incident or Powell Library Taser incident or similar, and no article on the guy until he becomes notable in his own right. — Omegatron 20:34, 21 November 2006 (UTC) The above discussion is preserved as an archive of the debate.

  7. Drake Stadium (UCLA) - Wikipedia

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    It was the home of the UCLA Bruins men's and women's soccer teams until 2017. There was a proposal in 1965 to build a 44,000 seat "Multi-Purpose Stadium" on campus, for UCLA Bruins track meets and varsity football games, rather than the Bruins using the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for home field. In both spring and fall 1965, UCLA students ...

  8. Dick Enberg - Wikipedia

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    Richard Alan Enberg (January 9, 1935 – December 21, 2017) was an American sportscaster.Over the course of an approximately 60-year career, he provided play-by-play of various sports for several radio and television networks, including NBC (1975–1999), CBS (2000–2014), and ESPN (2004–2011), as well as for individual teams, such as UCLA Bruins basketball, Los Angeles Rams football, and ...

  9. University of California, Los Angeles - Wikipedia

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    The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is a public land-grant research university in Los Angeles, California.UCLA traces its early origins back to 1882 as the southern branch of the California State Normal School (now San Jose State University).

  10. Joe Bruin - Wikipedia

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    History. Joe Bruin was created for the UCLA sports team in 1924, when students chose to change the name of the team from "Cubs" to "Grizzlies". In 1926 the name was changed again to "Bruins", which had been used alternately with "Bears" for the UC Berkeley team.

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