Deputies Taser Man In Tree "To Keep Him From Harming Himself," Man Falls & Left Paralyzed For Life
Chris | InformationLiberation
Though this video was just posted, this story happened a year ago, nonetheless it perfectly crystallizes what a complete joke our government is. Deputies intent on serving a man a warrant came upon him up a tree, they claimed they thought he was going to harm himself, so in order to keep him from harming himself, they tasered him. He fell out of the tree and was left paralyzed as a result. Meanwhile, the man says he never did anything to indicate he was going to harm himself. The deputies "conducted an investigation" into themselves and found themselves not guilty. Of course, chances are the police just tased him to get him out of the tree because they thought it was easier than pulling him down or waiting him out, but that they would lie and claim they did it because they "thought he was going to harm himself," permanently harming him by paralyzing him in the process, then exonerate themselves of any wrongdoing in a final coup de grāce "F you," is just too rich. That's government "services" for you. Paralyzing you for your own protection.
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