After deadly shootings in Buffalo and Uvalde, the police tech company is unveiling its most dystopian project yet.
The sentence is just a fraction of what Daunte Wright’s family and state prosecutors had called for.
Officers had seen the man douse himself in hand sanitizer before one fired his taser.
“I replay that image in my head daily,” 20-year-old Alayna Albrecht-Payton told jurors from the witness stand Thursday.
A former Arizona cop allegedly pulled down a handcuffed man’s pants and tased him in the genitals—all in front of his terrified wife and children.
A Colorado cop allegedly tased an unarmed grandfather in his underwear at home. After two months, he’s still under 24-hour care.
The company made billions selling body cameras that didn't reduce police killings. Its latest sales pitch is training officers in virtual reality.
The handheld cartridge shoots a cord at 513 feet per second, which then envelops someone and restricts their movement.
Hackers are buying used body cameras on eBay and finding troves of video evidence.
The man crouched to the ground in a “fetal-like position” when officers pulled out their stun guns.
Police said she gained control of the officer's Taser and used it against him.
"You have got some issues," said the magistrate when the 18-year-old appeared in court.