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  1. Killing of Rayshard Brooks - Simple English Wikipedia, the ...

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    Brooks stole a taser from one officer and ran off. The GBI said Brooks fired the taser at the officer, narrowly missing him. The officer then shot Brooks. The GBI promised to release video footage of the shooting to the public. These details are confirmed from the footage of the incident recorded by the camera on Wendy's.

  2. Jan 12, 2007 · The Infamous UCLA-Taser Incident (YouTube) Ok, lets start off with this one since it’s getting a lot of media attention right now. First of all, if you weren’t one of the officers involved, the suspect, or an eyewitness who saw the whole thing from beginning to end then you have NO business saying what should or should not have happened, or ...

  3. Steven Mnuchin - Wikipedia

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    Student heckling incident. Mnuchin spoke at UCLA on February 26, 2018, where he was heckled and initially blocked the video from being released. The university said in a statement that Mnuchin, who at first "subsequently withdrew" his approval for the video to be posted online, later gave consent for the video to be published.

  4. Taser - Blogger

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    [22] The UCLA Taser incident [23] and the University of Florida Taser incident [24] involved university police officers using their Taser's "Drive Stun" capability (referred to as a "contact tase" in the University of Florida Offense Report).

  5. Taser - ykhjuy.blogspot.com

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    A Taser [1] is a brand of electroshock weapon sold by Axon. It fires two small dart-like electrodes, which stay connected to the main unit by conductors, to deliver electric current to disrupt voluntary control of muscles, causing "neuromuscular incapacitation".

  6. Where The Hell Am I?: UCLA: the UCLA Police and Tasers

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    Nov 09, 2006 · "A Taser is used to incapacitate subjects who are resistant by discharging an electronic current into the subject in one of two methods: via two wired probes that are deployed from the Taser, or in a 'drive stun' capacity by touching the subject with the Taser. In this incident the student was not shot with a Taser; rather, officers used the ...

  7. Another TaserIncident’ | The iGeneration's Concerns

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    Nov 15, 2007 · The MOST remarkable thing isn’t that the man was tasered for no apparent reason, it is that the RCNP DENIED the unprovoked attack, claiming that the man fought against them, FORCING them to taser him for their own safety. A video of the ENTIRE incident was released, filmed by a bystander, refuting this claim entirely. The man died on the scene.

  8. taser | The iGeneration's Concerns

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    Nov 30, 2007 · The UN committee made its comments in recommendations to Portugal, which has bought the newest Taser X26 stun gun for use by police. Portugal “should consider giving up the use of the Taser X26,” as its use can have a grave physical and mental impact on those targeted, which violates the UN’s Convention against Torture, the experts said.

  9. مختصات مرکز پزشکی رونالد ریگان دانشگاه کالیفرنیا در لس آنجلس (به انگلیسی: Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center)، از موسسات برجسته در آموزش، پژوهش و مراقبت‌های پزشکی در کشور آمریکا

  10. TASER

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    TASER International is now Axon. Same mission to protect life, same team pushing the boundaries of technology to do it. We offer both solutions to Law Enforcement as well as personal self-defense tools.