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Horrific Video: Cops Kill Shackled Man with 20 Taser Blasts – 87 Seconds of 50,000 Volts | The Free Thought Project


Horrific Video: Cops Kill Shackled Man with 20 Taser Blasts – 87 Seconds of 50,000 Volts | The Free Thought Project: She [Smalls] says police refused to provide basic information about what happened that night. She kept calling the police and hospital, asking for details, but says she was only told that her brother was repeatedly combative, and then he died at the hospital. Police did not provide her the videos, or information from them.

Smalls ultimately filed a civil suit against the police this summer, alleging excessive force, wrongful death, denial of medical care and other claims, which the police categorically deny. That $25 million suit led to a court order forcing police to give Smalls the videos from that night.

She watched them for the first time last month, at her father’s house. “It was horrible,” she said, “a nightmare.”

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