The downward motion of the Officer's arm attempting to draw his weapon could not account for the direction or force of the thrown taser.
The fact that the Officer is in the process of drawing his firearm at that point is just supportive of the evidence that the suspect had it.
You declared you did something you obviously didn't do, all in an attempt to add more credence to your argument.
That is not only arrogance at work, but deception as well.
Probable cause to believe the suspect was a significant threat is the standard.
You had the whole topic and all the information provided in it before you.