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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.

  2. Talk:UCLA Taser incident - Wikipedia

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    Number of stuns The reduced number of stuns was not reported until the release of the independent report, nine months after the incident. Merging it into Video and eyewitness accounts confuses the chronology. Flatscan 02:53, 14 October 2008 (UTC) welcome to the wonderful world of editing wiki.

  3. University of Florida Taser incident - Wikipedia

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    The most viewed video of the taser incident, shot by Kyle Mitchell of The Gainesville Sun, has more than 7 million views on YouTube as of January 2015. The "Don't tase me bro!" quote has become a catchphrase and Internet meme , spawning various parodies of the incident.

  4. Students Put UCLA Taser Video On YouTube - Slashdot

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    Nov 21, 2006 · dircha writes "As widely reported, an incident in which Iranian-American student Mostafa Tabatabainejad was tasered up to five times by UCLA police on Friday, has been captured by a fellow student using a video enabled cell phone and published to YouTube. From the Daily Bruin: 'At around 11:30 p.m. ...

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  5. UCLA Police Taser Student Repeatedly (Video)

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    Nov 17, 2006 · An incident late Tuesday night in which a UCLA student was stunned at least four times with a Taser has left the UCLA community questioning whether the university police officers’ use of force ...

  6. UCLA student protest for taser incident - YouTube

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    Nov 18, 2006 · student protest on 11/17/06 of the ucla library incident where a student was tasered for no reason for all you whacks out there that say he was uncoperating or whatever LISTHEN TO THE VIDEO ...

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  7. The Taser CAM HD is a specialized device designed to capture audio and video without the need to manually turn on the recording device, an action that is unpractical in the field. "Automatically capturing video and audio unburdens the user from the need to manually turn on the device during a dangerous situation.

  8. 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.

  9. UCLA Taser Incident | Tasers : The Good, the Bad, and the ...

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    Nov 21, 2006 · 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…

  10. 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.