Will it ever end? Local news stations are reporting that a man has died while in Dallas police custody following a struggle and being subdued by a taser.
According to MySanAntonio.com, police have not released the name of the man or even a cause of death.
The story goes: police officers responded to a "disturbance call" Monday night about a man exhibiting "erratic behavior." They found the man in a parked vehicle that did not belong to him.
The police department states that the man refused to get out of the car - therefore the officers had to remove him. A struggle ensued...more cops came to the scene...and finally, a taser was allegedly used on the man, who was showing signs of "medical distress."
Following this, he was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
An unsettling, yet familiar, story.
What transpired between the time the man was tasered and before his arrival at the hospital? Should police be held accountable for his death? Or does this appear to be a situation where the police are free of culpability? Sound off below.
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