Taser Developing Product to Stun Multiple Suspects for Crowd Control
Antoine di Zazzo, a Taser representative in France boasts he's been stunned more than 50 times and it didn't cause "real pain." He's also tasered France's far-right politician Jean-Marie Le Pen and convinced French President Nicolas Sarkozy of the stun gun's benefit. Sarkozy promised to buy one for all 300,000 French policemen and gendarmes.
But the more frightening news is this:
Di Zazzo's French company is also developing a mini-flying saucer like drone which could also fire Taser stun rounds on criminal suspects or rioting crowds. He expects it to be launched next year and to be sold internationally by Taser.
While Taser continues to insist the stun gun doesn't cause death,
There have been at least three other deaths this week in the United States after police use of the Taser.
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