We sometimes wonder if the implementation of the Taser doesn't give people an opportunity to injure someone when, otherwise, they'd have to man-up and fight or shoot someone. This concern has only been reinforced by recent tasings that happened rather quickly. For Exhibit B we have the case of a security supervisor and a restaurant owner who squared off with the electric stun guns after a dispute over a parking spot. Harvey Epstein, the owner of a Mexican restaurant, was upset that a security guard reporting to Casey Dane had booted one of Epstein's employee's van. It's unclear who was in the right on that one, but what happened next put both men clearly in the wrong.
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