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Taser Int'L Drugs and Tasers Animals to Prove Weapon's Safety

Animals  (tags: TaserInternational, AnimalTesting, AnimalCruelty, Taser, MaryNeal, AssistanceToTheIncarceratedMentallyIll, DogJustice )

- 2984 days ago -
According to electric-shock weapons maker Taser International, if a bunch of sheep are fed methamphetamine and subjected to a series of shocks and none of them suffer cardiac arrest, that weapon must be alright to use on real meth addicts.

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Sunday April 18, 2010, 10:21 pm
Wow, never heard of such a thing - thanks for making us all aware.

Mary N (183)
Sunday April 18, 2010, 10:49 pm
Neither people nor animals should be Tasered unless in life-threatening situations. I feel so sorry for the sheep and other animals who are being drugged and Tasered, don't you? It's too bad about the meth users who will now be Tasered by police who think Tasers won't hurt them, and some unfortunate young people will probably die.

Mary Neal
Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill

Mary N (183)
Sunday April 18, 2010, 11:00 pm
Care2 members, I have much trouble posting any news about Tasers. See if this story shows with newly submitted Animal News. It did not show on my view. Do not let cyberstalkers prevent Care2 members from knowing what is happening to these poor animals, and what is planned for meth addicts.

This article was among Animal News articles that posted over 100 days ago when I checked, and I have proof. That is wrong. Share with your friends and groups. Thanks.
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