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(KTAR Phoenix)   If you're going to show off your Taser to a bunch of eighth graders at the school where you work, make sure you don't accidentally pull the trigger during the demonstration   ( ktar.com) divider line
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2014-03-08 12:01:40 PM  
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BolloxReader: Honestly I'm surprised this doesn't happen more often. Can't read the article on my mobile browser but I'm assuming he's a younger guy, rather inexperienced.

FWIW, the article mentions that the officer is a woman.
2014-03-08 11:26:08 AM  
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MythDragon: Had to go to the hospital to remove a probe? The hell for?

Just grab the cord and tug it like you're trying to start a mower.

That's how the police do it after deciding you've had enough zappage for one day.

/You'd think the probes would be desgined with a retractable barb.

But that would involve a certain level of concern for the tasing victim, so it's unlikely to happen.
2014-03-08 11:25:16 AM  
1 vote:
The resource officer won't be at the school while the incident is investigated.

That'll show him.
2014-03-08 11:08:21 AM  
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2014-03-08 10:39:46 AM  
1 vote:
"Accidentally".  I can't tell you how many 8th graders I've dreamed about "accidentally" tasing.
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