"To be sure, law enforcement officers have a legitimate interest in protecting themselves and the public
during potentially violent encounters, and for the victim, a Taser is generally a less lethal
alternative to a firearm".
Florida IS out of its mind. Bad example. Ukraine joining eastern europe is like trying to get a blood transfusion from a vampire. Prosperity went the wrong way so they took to the streets.
Owned a few co's that comped w/ diluted stock, almost like plundering shareholders to make payroll. That shouldn't be the case here. Plenty of money laying around. Tasr giving out buyback stock bought at market at the time. No dilution. Might even help keep misc costs down come reporting time. I'd guess buyback stock is booked as cash and if so they got more than they started . .
You guys remind me of the bear warning sign that says look out for bear scat that smells like pepper spray and has little bells in it.
That's not how it works. That's not how any of this works
"as crime rates remain near record lows in the U.S." Yeah, right. Just like unemployment.
Sooner? Really? And shorter no doubt. You realize most of this upside is short squeeze. You're taking fire from your own troops.
This incident would have turned out differently if Bellingham required officers to wear video recording device. Verify the officer's account, verify the witness's account, alter the officer's actions, weed out bad apples.