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Police Tasers Deemed Safe

A recent independent study determined that Tasers are generally safe in the hands of the police. What do you think?
  • "Yes. Give the police more Tasers."

    Larry Dawes
    Injection Molding Operator
  • "The police care for their Tasers so much that they tend to neglect their pepper spray, and that just tears me up inside."

    Owen Baker
    Saw Sharpener
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    Maggie Astley
    Union Organizer
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