I could say the sky is blue, and you would respond "all cops are good, when they shoot people, it's never thier fault"
Of course, showing that you choose to deflect because you can not refute what was presented.
You are a cop apologist and awaste of time.
He is, he's a scumbag cop, and those with badges that support him, are no better.He isn't a murderer. The facts do not support that claim.
And like you were told, this is not a bad cop.
Just showing you continue to ignore reality.
Wrong. You are the only one being dishonest here.
It is and can be used as a drive-stun device.
Your comment is so pathetically funny. iLOL
You do not even pay attention to the information you provide. D'oh!
From the link you provided.
The front of the X26C contains two metal electrodes. These
electrodes direct the charge to the electrodes on the cartridge
to initiate deployment of the probes. In addition, the electrodes
provide the ability to use the X26C in a “drive-stun” mode as a
traditional stun gun-type device.
You have again been shown to be untruthful.
How would the "Electrodes" once deployed, function as a direct drive stun gun? The newer modes have this capability of concurrent action, but not his model. those electrodes once deployed are at the far end of the wire, please prove otherwise other than simply proclaiming.
Yes, I have a strong bias against scumbags with a badge, they and thier supporters do a disservice to the vast majority of honorable officers of the law. We need more goshin's less, well......Weren't you already schooled on this nonsense awhile back?
All your comment does is speaks to your own bias. Nothing more.
u mad, bro?I am, it is you who isn't being hones, as shown.
All you are doing is again showing you do not know what you are talking about.
It can be used a drive-stun device, just as the image I provided shows.
not that model, once the electrodes are deployed, the later versions of this device can be used as such.
Furthermore, you ignored the fact that even if you were right, there was clear distance between the cop and the suspect that the direct contact was not a concern with the less than lethal device.
You fail on so many levels it's not even funny.
Matthew 10:34Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.
Greatness lies not in being strong, but in the right use of strength - Henry Ward Beecher
Baby sister, I was born game and I intend to go out that way - Rooster Cogburn
Said the guy who has already been proven wrong.
A great example of that is your conduct in this thread where you made an illogical conclusion and then were shown to be wrong.
Another great example as to why things need to be repeated is the following.
His actions do not amount to murder.
But of course you have shown you do not know that.
As you were already told.
Stop with the asininity Simon.
This isn't about me.
If you can refute what I present, do so, otherwise save it.
So far, in accordance with the evidence he clearly didn't commit a murder and what he may or may not have believed at the moment does make a difference.
It is funny that you do not learn.
"The law is reason, free from passion."
As you were already told, the X26 has two cartridges and then can be used as a drive-stun device. You haven't refuted that.
Even the information you provided shows you to be wrong.
All you are doing is showing your own biases which are based on convoluted thoughts.
This is you showing you do not even understand the information you provided let alone read it.
The electrodes are not the probes. Get that through your head.
Look at the pdf and the diagram you provided and educate yourself.
It is the probes which are launched and the electrodes that remain part of the taser.
Again; Look at the pdf and the diagram you provided and educate yourself.
At you being wrong? No.
That you continually ignore the facts? No.
You saying he is scumbag and a murder just shows it is you who are irrationally mad.
And you are just exemplifying why things need to be repeated.
You comment only applies to you.
"The law is reason, free from passion."
Yeah. That's the ticket.
That's the exact textbook definition of something being clear and obvious--hardly anyone can tell.
I may be wrong.