Student news conference on taser incident, November 17, 2006. On November 17, 2006, 400 protesters,  including UCLA faculty and staff, parents, community members, and UCLA students, gathered at Kerckhoff Hall to protest against the incident.
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.
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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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. On October 14, 2007, Robert Dziekański —a Polish immigrant to Canada—was killed during an arrest at the Vancouver International Airport in Richmond, British Columbia.
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.
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.
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…
Students gather for a news conference on the UCLA Taser incident In 1995, 2001, and 2004, Mother Jones magazine named UCLA in its annual listing of the Top 10 Activist Campuses, reflecting the rallying spirit of its student bodies over the years.
Rodney Glen King (April 2, 1965 – June 17, 2012) was an American man who was a victim of police brutality by the Los Angeles Police Department.On March 3, 1991, King was beaten by LAPD officers after a high-speed chase during his arrest for drunk driving on I-210.
According to the page on the UCLA Taser incident "Of the ten UC campus police departments, six have equipped officers with Tasers, but only UCLA has a flexible policy authorizing Tasers to be used as a pain-compliance tool against suspects who are passively resisting.". Isn't "pain compliance tool" the same as "torture device"?