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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. Taser - Wikipedia

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

  4. UCLA Taser incident - WikiMili, The Best Wikipedia Reader 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.

  5. 2016 UCLA shooting - Wikipedia

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    On June 1, 2016, two men were killed in a murder-suicide at a School of Engineering building on the campus of University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). The gunman was identified as Mainak Sarkar, an Indian-born 38-year-old former UCLA Ph.D student.

    • June 1, 2016, Before 9:49 a.m. (PDT)
    • Handgun
  6. Talk:UCLA Taser incident/Archive 1 - Wikipedia

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    The incident was the third videotape of an arrest to surface in the last week in Los Angeles. One video showed a Los Angeles Police Department officer dousing a handcuffed suspect in the face with pepper spray as the suspect sat in a patrol car.12.110.196.19 03:07, 19 November 2006 (UTC) How so?

  7. Talk:UCLA Taser incident - Wikipedia

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  8. ninjapundit: UCLA Tasers Bipolar Iranian Student Who Refuses ...

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    Prior to the UCLA Taser Incident, several grass roots 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.

  9. UCLA Student Tasered by Police in Library - YouTube

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  10. Shock and Anger at UCLA - Inside Higher Ed

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    Nov 17, 2006 · In the incident, filmed and distributed online, campus police repeatedly stunned a student with a Taser when he couldn't produce an ID. “This is very unusual,” said Nancy Greenstein, a spokeswoman for UCLA's police department. She added that she has been fielding calls from as far away as London.

  11. TASER | Description & Facts | Britannica

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    The Taser fires two small darts, connected to the device with thin wires, up to a distance of approximately 11 metres (35 feet). The darts can penetrate clothing and, once they make contact with the target, deliver the electric shock, which disrupts the target’s nervous system, resulting in temporary incapacitation.