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Police Officer Found Not Guilty After Tasing Unresponsive Native American Man 28 Times - Mic

18.12.15

Police Officer Found Not Guilty After Tasing Unresponsive Native American Man 28 Times - Mic: On Aug. 15, 2014, Sotherland, 33, was caught on video repeatedly tasing an intoxicated man named Jeffrey Eagle Bull. The Associated Press reported Bull, then 32, had drank a gallon of vodka. He had a blood alcohol content level of 0.319 four hours after consuming his last drink and was lying on the ground apparently too drunk to stand as Sotherland tried moving him into her patrol vehicle. Bull was not seriously injured in the August 2014 incident.

Below is cellphone video of the incident, recorded by a passerby. A 26-minute recording was also captured on the former officer's body camera and shown during Sotherland's trial.


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