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Police / Taser Tactics #772300

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 26, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Miami: Susan Candiotti) The questioning of police use of tasers in light of the case of a six-year-old Florida boy, who was tasered in school, examined; scenes & photos shown of the boy. [Miami-Dade director Bobby PARKER†- comments on the police.] [Amnesty International USA Benjamin JEALOUS†- suggests police need better training.] [Indianapolis, Indiana, Sgt. Steve STALETOVICH†- speaks about the tasering of pro basketball player Michael Olowakandi‡] [Putnam County, Florida, Sheriff-elect Dean KELLY†- defends the use of tasers.] "New York Times" report critical of Taser International noted.

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Candiotti, Susan
Duration:
00:02:50

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