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It's going to be interesting to see how this plays out. If the tasered man is right, and he had not yet entered the reduced speed zone, it looks like a wrongful stop, excessive force, and lying on the part of the trooper.
 

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I talked to two retired LEOs today at the range. Both had seen the video, and their opinion was that the trooper went way overboard in the way he handled the incident. They said (and I hadn't heard this before, and have nothing to base it on but what they said) that this trooper had other complaints against him of excessive force.
 
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