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  1. UCLA Taser incident From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia On November 14, 2006, Mostafa Tabatabainejad, a fourth-year University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) student, was drive stunned five times with a Taser by campus police while handcuffed.

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  2. UCLA Taser incident - Wikipedia

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    UCLA Taser incident From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia On November 14, 2006, Mostafa Tabatabainejad, a fourth-year University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) student, was drive stunned five times with a Taser by campus police while handcuffed.

    • November 14, 2006
    • Shocked by a Taser
  3. 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

  4. Taser safety issues - Wikipedia

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    Taser safety issues relate to the lethality of the Taser. The TASER device is a less-lethal, not non-lethal, weapon, since the possibility of serious injury or death exists whenever the weapon is deployed. It is a brand of conducted electroshock weapon sold by Axon, formerly TASER International.

  5. 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.

  6. Taser currently has a total of 5 models of electroshock weapons for sale. Taser currently has two taser models for sale for law enforcement. They are the single shot Taser X26P and the two shot Taser X2. Both Tasers have a civilian model available. Both Tasers have contact stun mode. Both Tasers have an optional camera battery pack.

  7. University of Florida Taser incident - Wikipedia

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    University of Florida Taser incident From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Don't tase me, bro!) The University of Florida Taser incident was an incident in which a University of Florida student was stunned with a taser at a forum featuring then U.S. Senator John Kerry.

  8. Taser - Wikipedia

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    History. Jack Cover, a NASA researcher, began developing the first Taser in 1969. By 1974, Cover had completed the device, which he named Thomas A. Swift Electronic Rifle, or TASER using a loose acronym of the title of the book Tom Swift and His Electric Rifle, a book written by the Stratemeyer Syndicate under the pseudonym Victor Appleton and featuring Cover's childhood hero, Tom Swift.

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    UCLA has acquired licenses for many software titles, which are available to staff, faculty and students to download at a reduced price or free of cost. Find both Windows OS and Mac OS software, including antivirus protection and VPN information.

  10. The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is a public 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).

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