Taser Deaths Lead to Founding of National Memorial, Regional Coalition

Fort Worth Weekly | February 17, 2010
The parents of a young man killed in April by a Taser-wielding Fort Worth police officer are hoping that, finally, something good may have come from his death. North Texas opponents of the controversial weapons have also begun a national memorial, with crosses in a church yard for every one of the 471 people who have died after being tasered.

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