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Teen Dies After Shot With Taser Gun for 37 seconds

This seems to be a frequent occurrence, taser darts to the chest for even 10 seconds could end up in a tragic situation.
Teen Dies After Shot With Taser Gun for 37 seconds

NBC4
July 18, 2008

http://youtube.com/watch?v=9cIOStJHIQw

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A teenager died after being hit with a police Taser gun for 37 seconds, and the whole thing was caught on tape by surveillance cameras.

Authorities said that Darryl Turner had been in a confrontation with a supervisor at work at a North Carolina grocery store.

When Officer Jerry Dawson arrived, he fired his Taser gun at the 17-year-old and struck him in the sternum.

“The initial use of the (Taser gun) is not in question,” said Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Chief Ken Miller.

However, for 37 seconds, Dawson continued to use the Taser gun against the teen.

An autopsy revealed that Darryl Turner died of a heart attack, authorities said.

NBC Charlotte affiliate WCNC reported that Dawson was given a five-day suspension for firing the Taser gun too long.

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Cop won’t be fired for wheelchair beating

Chicago Sun-Times
July 19, 2008

The cops can’t fire one of their own for beating a man shackled to a wheelchair.

That’s what a Cook County judge said in a ruling sure to rankle Chicago Police Supt. Jody Weis — and please many in the rank and file.

In 2005, Officer William Cozzi was captured on a hospital surveillance camera beating Randle Miles about 10 times. Miles, then 60, was a drunk and unruly stabbing victim.

Cozzi, 51, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor battery in state court and got 18 months’ probation. The department asked the Chicago Police Board to fire him, but the civilian disciplinary panel decided instead to suspend him last October. The department filed an appeal the following month.

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Cops Tell Citizen He Cannot Video Illegal Checkpoint

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Librarian stands up to cops when they try to take public computers from library without warrant
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Cop fired for demanding free coffee from Starbucks
http://rawstory.com//news/2008/Dayto…_for_demanding_0718.html

NYC sets formal rules for filming on city streets
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Taser death ignites racial tensions
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/chi-taser_witt-web-jul19,0,2201847.story

Protesters, police educate, gear up for convention
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Undercover FBI and Police Assault Citizen for Taking Photo
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Fed Auctions $75 Billion to Big Banks

Fed Auctions $75 Billion to Big Banks

AP
July 1, 2008

The Federal Reserve has auctioned another $75 billion in loans to squeezed banks to help them overcome credit problems and announced it will provide a fresh batch of the loans this month.

The central bank on Tuesday released the results of its most recent auction — the 15th since the program began in December. It’s part of an ongoing effort to ease financial turmoil and credit stresses.

In the latest auction, commercial banks paid an interest rate of 2.340 percent for the 28-day loans. There were 77 bidders. The Fed received bids for $90.88 billion worth of the loans. The auction was conducted on Monday with the results made public on Tuesday.

The Fed also said it will conduct two auctions in July. Banks will have an opportunity to bid on a slice of $75 billion in short-term loans in each auction.

In mid-December the Fed announced it was creating an auction program that would give banks a new way to get short-term loans from the central bank and to help them over the credit hump. A global credit crunch has made banks reluctant to lend to each other, which has crimped lending to individuals and businesses.

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Europe May Push The Fed To Raise Rates

CNN
July 1, 2008

The fireworks may come a day early for the financial markets if the European Central Bank, as expected, raises interest rates on Thursday.

If the ECB, Europe’s counterpart to the Federal Reserve, hikes rates, that could put even further pressure on the anemic dollar and send commodity prices even higher.

The ECB will announce its decision on interest rates early the morning of July 3 and will hold a press conference shortly thereafter to discuss the decision.

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Global economy faces deep slowdown and deflation threat, BIS warns

Telegraph
July 1, 2008

The global economy may be heading for a far deeper crisis than is expected and a bout of deflation in the world’s biggest economies is now a possibility, according to one of the world’s most highly regarded economic institutions.

The Bank for International Settlements has warned that many in the City and elsewhere may have underestimated the scale of the coming economic downturn in one of its most sombre portraits yet of the international financial system.

The Swiss institution – known as the central bankers’ bank – issued the alert in its annual report, released today.

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Peter Schiff Demonized On Fox Business

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