Le taser, arme de torture

« Les Tasers ne sont pas un remplacement aux armes à feu, ils sont un remplacement à la discussion, la négociation » a déclaré plus tôt cette année l’auteur Naomi Klein lors d’un débat à l’Université de Toronto suite à la demande par le chef de la police de Toronto, Bill Blair, d’armer 3000 officiers avec des Tasers.

« Si cela se produisait dans une cellule, on nommerait cela de la torture et si cela se produisait dans la rue, nous ne devrions pas avoir peur de la nommer torture aussi » déclarait l’auteur du nouveau livre The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism.

C’est qu’il se trouve qu’une vingtaine de personnes au Canada et plus de 290 aux États-Unis ont perdu la vie suite à l’électrocution par Taser, selon Andy Buxton de Amnesty International de Toronto. Mais Taser International, le fabriquant de ces armes qui déchargent 50 000 volts d’électricité dans le corps et paralyse le système nerveux de la victime pendant plusieurs secondes, déclare que les pistolets Taser sont sécuritaires.

Il faut comprendre que durant les essais cliniques, les personnes électrocutées sont calmes et en santé. Sur ces 310 personnes en Amérique du nord qui sont décédées des suites d’une ou plusieurs décharges électriques du Taser, plusieurs étaient intoxiquées soit à l’alcool ou étaient sous l’effet de drogues diverses. La majorité ont été impliquées dans une altercation avec la police, ont été manipulées avec force et plusieurs étaient restreints physiquement d’une façon ou d’une autre.

Le Taser laisse moins de traces qu’une matraque, crée des souffrances aigües et est susceptible d’être utilisé par les forces de l’ordre pour intimider, humilier ou faire parler des suspects, détenus, prisonniers ou simples citoyens. Dans ce contexte, ce pistolet s’apparente à une arme de torture au sens de la Convention des Nations Unies contre la torture et autres peines ou traitements cruels, inhumains ou dégradants (RS 0.105) de 1984 et d’ailleurs, un comité des Nations Unies a déclaré que le Taser cause une douleur aigüe et constitue une forme de torture.

Suite à la mort tragique de l’immigrant polonais Robert Dziekanski à l’aéroport de Vancouver l’année dernière, plusieurs docteurs ont témoigné dans l’enquête sur cette affaire que le Taser pouvait causer des problèmes cardiaques ou un soudain arrêt cardiaque. Un cardiologue et un chirurgien cardiaque ont déclaré que les électrochocs peuvent causer des fibrillations ventriculaires. Ces deux docteurs ont ajouté que des personnes ayant des troubles cardiaques ou qui sont stressées, en plus d’être dans un état général d’agitation, courent plus de risques de mort soudaine lorsqu’électrocutées par le Taser.

Selon Joe Spindor qui entraine les officiers du Département de la Police de New Westminster à l’utilisation des pistolets Taser, il n’y a jamais eu d’information disponibles de la part de Taser International quant aux risques médicaux tels que les potentiels arrêts cardiaques.

Une autre étude réalisée en 2006 par une équipe de docteurs et de scientifiques à Chicago vient mettre en doute la dite « sécurité » des pistolets à électrochocs de Taser International. En juin dernier, nous apprenions suite à une enquête commune de CBC/Radio-Canada et de Canadian Press qu’environ une personne sur trois électrocutées par la GRC requiert une attention médicale suite à des blessures causées par le Taser; des blessures telles que brûlures, peau percée et blessures à la tête après être tombé la tête la première au sol, paralysé par les 50 000 volts injectés dans le corps. On a même vu un cas où un homme a pris feu après avoir été électrocuté et que du matériel inflammable qu’il portait se soit allumé.

Une autre raison qui devrait nous faire réfléchir et demander un mémorandum sur l’utilisation des Tasers par la police est le fait qu’ils sont de plus en plus utilisé sur des enfants aussi jeunes que 6 ans, femmes enceintes, ou autres personnes ne présentant aucun risque pour les policiers. (Voir autres sources 1, 2, 3, 4)

Il semble que Taser International n’hésite pas employer des techniques douteuses pour faire taire ses opposants, tel qu’espionnage et argent versé à certains fonctionnaires et chefs de police. Une des tête dirigeante de la compagnie vient d’être arrêté en France pour avoir espionné Olivier Besancenot, un ancien candidat présidentiel qui a ouvertement questionné la sécurité des pistolets à électrochocs. Dans une autre nouvelle, on apprenait comment un conseiller de Harper et Stockwell Day, Ken Boessenkool, est subitement devenu un lobbyiste à Ottawa pour Taser International, suite au scandale de la mort de Robert Dziekanski.

Ceci couplé à la militarisation matérielle et psychologique de la police (état policier), ceci n’est vraiment pas de bon augure. Il faut aussi considérer le fait que c’est une évolution de la poussée technologique adaptée aux desseins des maniaques du pouvoir et du contrôle.

N’y a t-il pas lieu de s’inquiéter sérieusement de l’introduction de ces nouvelles armes technologiques dans notre société, mise entre les mains de gens qui ne semble plus avoir de sens moral et éthique, vu la façon dont elles sont utilisées par la police?  Celle-ci semble devenir un outil de contrôle social tourné contre la population qui la finance et qui est censé recevoir sa « protection » ; une mentalité policière militarisée de plus en plus évidente dans la vie quotidienne, qui ne prône plus l’idée de protéger le public et d’être un agent de la paix au service de la population, mais plutôt de maîtriser rapidement l’ennemi par tous les moyens nécessaires. En effet, plus besoin de discuter: ils ont maintenant une thérapie choc pour les citoyens…

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  1. braincras

    ça fait très peur tout cela, je pensais pas que c’était aussi bien détaillé comme dossier. à lire votre excellent article truffé de liens et d’études sur l’utilisation du Taser, je comprends juste pas pourquoi autant de policier les ont toujours entre les mains, il me semble évident à la lueur de ce que ces études concluent que c’est beaucoup plus dangereux pour la population que ce que les gouvernements veulent nous faire croire. et également, je dois avouer que je n’avais pas pensé au fait que les policiers n’ont plus vraiment besoin de discuter ou dialoguer pour passer les menottes, un petit TZZZiiiit, le suspect est maîtrisé et menotté.
    et là vous parlez également que cet arme à déjà été utilisé comme forme de torture, c’est dépasse les bornes…

  2. @braincras:

    Vous disiez:
    « …que les policiers n’ont plus vraiment besoin de discuter ou dialoguer pour passer les menottes, un petit TZZZiiiit, le suspect est maîtrisé et menotté. »

    À cela j’ajouterais que parfois ils passent les menottes en premier et ensuite ils utilisent le taser!!! N’est-ce pas fantastique!

    Merci pour votre commentaire!

  3. Denis G.

    Tout semble s’alligner sur le  »propre propre propre », l’électricité est à la mode ces derniers temps.

    Lisez donc ceci, ça en dit long aur le XXI siècle.

    http://www.mondialisation.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=10617

  4. Un politicien français est actuellement jugé pour avoir affirmé que le TAZER avait fait plus de 200 morts. Ce chiffre est confirmé par l’addition des 150 morts aux USA et 65 au CANADA. Les experts ont admis que l’arme est dangereuse et l’ONU qualifie le TAZER comme arme de torture.

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  6. Les histoires sordides avec les Tasers continuent de se multiplier.

    Unedited Dash Cam Footage of Grandmother Being Tased

    New video shows officer shove, then taser 72-year-old great grandmother

    The police claim that after Kathryn Winkfein was stopped for driving 15 miles over the speed limit in a construction zone, she disobeyed an order to sign the speeding ticker, used profane language, and became “violent.” They say the officer who tasered her and took her to be booked for resisting arrest was completely justified.
    However, Winkfein says that’s a lie, and the video appears to back her up.

    Maintenant que vous avez vu cette vidéo, considérez ceci:

    Il est un homme – Elle est une femme
    Il est jeune – Elle est une vieille grand-mère
    Il est entrainé en combat – Elle pas
    Il est trois fois plus gros qu’elle – Elle est trois fois plus petite que lui
    Il est une sale poule mouillée – Elle est une femme libre

    Comme on peut le constater, l’Amérique torture. Même sur leur sol, sur des petites vieilles.

    Il faut dire qu’elle a l’air vraiment menaçante la grand-mère. Le policier a déclaré avoir craint pour sa vie. Il aurait dû la descendre avec son fusil et ne pas prendre de chance!

    Voilà d’autres exemples de brutalité policière:

    Akron Ohio woman « raped » with TASER – 4 Cops shot her in the ass POINT BLANK!

    Akron Beacon Journal – Ohio.com – Stephanie Warsmith -Debra Twymon said the officers — two Akron police reserve officers and two University of Akron officers — used racial slurs and physically assaulted her daughter. She said they  »electronically raped » her with a Taser.
    Sharea Twymon was found not guilty in a jury trial last month on charges of resisting arrest, obstruction of official business and disorderly conduct stemming from the incident.

    Ici, on apprend que la police de l’État de New-York vient de recevoir carte blanche par la cour d’utiliser le Taser pour obtenir des échantillons D’ADN , peu importe les circonstances. La police peut vous accoster et vous zaper avec 50 000 volts et prélever votre ADN. Maintenant, qu’arrive t-il si on électrocute la mauvaise personne? Si elle est blessée ou pire, tuée?

    Ruling allowing Taser use to get DNA may be nation’s first

    Niagara County Judge Sara Sheldon Sperrazza decided that the DNA sample obtained Sept. 29 from Ryan S. Smith of Niagara Falls — which ties him to a shooting and a gas station robbery— is legally valid and can be used at his trial.
    He already had given a sample, a swab of the inside of his cheek, without protest the previous month. But police sent it to the wrong lab, where it was opened and spoiled. Prosecutors who had obtained a court order for the first sample went back to Sperrazza, who signed another order without consulting the defense.

    Webmaster’s Commentary:

    If your head isn’t spinning around like that of Linda Blair’s in « The Exorcist » upon reading this, you’ve missed one of the most important aspects of this ruling.
    Now, New York State police have carte blanche to use a stun-gun as a DNA gathering device, no matter what the circumstances.
    And that statement »It is legally permissible for police to zap a suspect with a Taser to obtain a DNA sample, as long as it’s not done “maliciously, or to an excessive extent, or with resulting injury,” absolutely won’t work in the real world, when cops have been legal permission to use a stun-gun for this purpose.
    But what if that person zapped is the wrong guy, and could conceivably be killed or maimed for life by a 50,000 volt stun-gun?
    The New York State Police has just been held harmless and indemnified against any responsibility when an incident like this happens, courtesy of this insane ruling.
    And folks, trust me: it will happen.

  7. Des exemples comme ça, il y en a tout plein. Ici, nous avons un homme âgé de 89 ans qui se fait électrocuté par la police. Ouf, quelle menace, un vieux de 89 ans! Heureux qu’il ne soit pas mort d’une attaque du coeur!

    Police fire Taser at man, 89, who fled care home

    The family of an 89-year-old man shot with a Taser stun gun by police yesterday spoke of their anger at his treatment.
    Officers fired the 50,000-volt weapon at the war veteran after he disappeared from his care home and threatened to cut his throat with a piece of broken glass.
    He is the oldest man to have had a Taser used on him.
    Police said they had taken the decision to stun him for his own safety.
    But yesterday relatives demanded an inquiry saying it was amazing that he hadn’t suffered a heart attack.

    Là, il s’agit d’un jeune de 16 ans:

    Michigan: 16-year-old dies after police Taser shooting

    Last week, a 16-year-old Michigan boy died after police fired a Taser “stun gun” on him. Robert Mitchell fled police after a routine traffic stop Friday morning, in Warren, Michigan, an industrial suburb adjacent to Detroit. Although Mitchell posed no danger, police pursued him on foot to an abandoned building in Detroit, where they claim they Tasered him once. Mitchell was pronounced dead shortly afterward.

    Une liste des personnes mortes du Taser au Canada, une arme sécuritaire, nous assure-t-on:

    Taser-related deaths in Canada, 2003-present

    November 02, 2008 Gordon Walker Bowe 30 Calgary police service Alberta

    October 29, 2008 Trevor Grimolfson 38 Edmonton police Alberta

    September 30, 2008 Frank Frachette 49 Langley RCMP British Columbia

    September 17, 2008 Sean Reilly 42 Peel regional police Ontario
    July 22, 2008 Michael Langan 17 Winnipeg police Manitoba

    June 23, 2008 Jeffrey Marreel 36 OPP Norfolk Ontario

    November 24, 2007 Robert Thurston Knipstrom 36 Chilliwack RCMP British Columbia

    November 22, 2007 Howard Hyde 45 Halifax regional police Nova Scotia

    October 18, 2007 Quilem Registre 39 Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) Quebec

    October 14, 2007 Robert Dziekanski 40 RCMP Airport division E British Columbia

    September 20, 2007 Claudio Castagnetta 32 Service de police de la ville de Québec (SPVQ) Quebec
    August 30, 2006 Jason Doan 28 Red Deer RCMP Alberta

    December 24, 2005 Alesandro Fiacco 33 Edmonton police Alberta

    July 15, 2005 Paul Saulnier 42 Digby RCMP Nova Scotia

    July 01, 2005 James Foldi 39 Niagara regional police Ontario

    June 30, 2005 Gurmit Sundhu 41 RCMP British Columbia

    May 05, 2005 Kevin Geldart 34 RCMP New Brunswick

    August 08, 2004 Samuel Truscott 43 Kingston police Ontario

    July 17, 2004 Jerry Knight 29 Peel regional police Ontario
    June 23, 2004 Robert Wayne Bagnell 44 Vancouver police British Columbia
    May 13, 2004 Peter Lamonday 33 London police Ontario

    May 01, 2004 Roman Andreichikov 25 Vancouver police British Columbia

    September 28, 2003 Clark Whitehouse 34 Whitehorse RCMP Yukon

    July 22, 2003 Clay Alvin Willey 33 Prince George RCMP British Columbia

    April 19, 2003 Terrance Brian Hanna 51 Burnaby RCMP British Columbia

    March 23, 2003 Ronald Ashley Perry 28 Edmonton police Alberta

    Aux États-Unis:

    1. September 28, 1999: David Flores, 37, Fairfield, California
    2. May 14, 2000: Enrique Juarez Ochoa, 34, Bakersfield, California
    3. June 17, 2001: Mark Burkett, 18, Gainesville, Florida
    4. December 15, 2001: Hannah Rogers-Grippi, 6 months fetus, Chula Vista, California
    5. December 17, 2001: Marvin Hendrix, 27, Hamilton, Ohio
    6. December 21, 2001: Steven Vasquez, 40, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    7. January 27, 2002: Vincent Delostia, 31, Hollywood, Florida
    8. February 12, 2002: Anthony Spencer, 35, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    9. March 27, 2002: Henry Canady, 46, Hilliard, Florida
    10. May 17, 2002: Richard Baralla, 36, Pueblo, Colorado
    11. June 10, 2002: Eddie Alvarado, 32, Los Angeles, California
    12. June 15, 2002: Jason Nichols, 21, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    13. June 28, 2002: Clever Craig, 46, Mobile, Alabama
    14. June 27, 2002: Fermin Rincon, 24, Fontana, California
    15. June 2002: Unidentified male, 39, Phoenix, Arizona
    16. July 19, 2002: Johnny Lozoya, Gardena, California
    17. July 19, 2002: Gordon Jones, 37, Windermere, Florida
    18. September 1, 2002: Frederick Webber, 44, Orange City, Florida
    19. November 7, 2002: Stephen Edwards, 59, Shelton, Washington
    20. March 16, 2003: Unidentified male, 31, Albuquerque, New Mexico
    21. April 19, 2003: Terrence Hanna, 51, Burnaby, British Columbia
    22. May 10, 2003: Joshua Hollander, 22, Normal Heights, California
    23. June 9, 2003: Timothy Sleet, 44, Springfield Missouri
    24. July 22, 2003: Clayton Willey, 33, Prince George, British Columbia
    25. August 4, 2003: Troy Nowell, 51, Amarillo, Texas
    26. August 8, 2003: John Thompson, 45, Carrollton Township, Michigan
    27. August 17, 2003: Gordon Rauch, 39, Citrus Heights, California
    28. September 24, 2003: Ray Austin, 25, Gwinnett, Georgia
    29. September 29, 2003: Glenn Leyba, 37, Glendale, Colorado
    30. September , 2003: Clark Whitehouse, 34, Whitehorse, Yukon
    31. October 7, 2003: Roman Pierson, 40, Brea, California
    32. October 11, 2003: Dennis Hammond, 31, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    33. October 21, 2003: Louis Morris, 50, Orlando, Florida
    34. November 6, 2003: James Borden, 47, Monroe County, Indiana
    35. November 10, 2003: Michael Johnson, 32, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    36. November 11, 2003: Kerry O’Brien, 31, Pembroke Pines, Florida
    37. December 9, 2003: Curtis Lawson, 40, Unadilla, Georgia
    38. December 9, 2003: Lewis King, 39, St. Augustine, Florida
    39. February 4, 2004: David Glowczenski, 35, Southampton Village, New York
    40. February 12, 2004: Raymond Siegler, 40, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    41. February 21, 2004: Curt Rostengale, 44, Silverdale, Washington
    42. February 21, 2004: William Lomax, 26, Las Vegas, Nevada
    43. March 23, 2004: Perry Ronald, 28, Edmonton, Alberta
    44. March 28, 2004: Terry Williams, 45, Madison, Illinois
    45. April 1, 2004: Phillip LaBlanc, 36, Los Angeles, California
    46. April 16, 2004: Melvin Samuel, 28, Savannah, Georgia
    47. April 18, 2004: Alfredo Diaz, 29, Orange County, Florida
    48. April 27, 2004: Eric Wolle, 45, Washington Grove, Maryland
    49. May 1, 2004: Roman Andreichikov, Vancouver, British Columbia
    50. May 13, 2004: Peter Lamonday, 38, London, Ontario
    51. May 22, 2004: Henry Lattarulo, 40, Hillsborough, County Florida
    52. May 27, 2004: Frederick Williams, 31, Lawrenceville, Georgia
    53. May 30, 2004: Darryl Smith, 46, Atlanta, Georgia
    54. May 31, 2004: Anthony Oliver, 42, Orlando, Florida
    55. June 4, 2004: Jerry Pickens, 55, Bridge City, Louisiana
    56. June 9, 2004: James Cobb, 42, St. Paul, Minnesota
    57. June 9, 2004: Jacob Lair, 26, Sparks, Nevada
    58. June 23, 2004: Robert Bagnell, 44, Vancouver, British Columbia
    59. June 24, 2004: Kris Lieberman, 32, Bushkill Township, Pennsylvania
    60. June, 2004: Bernard Christmas, 36, Dayton, Ohio
    61. July 3, 2004: Demetrius Tillman Nelson, 45, Okaloosa County, Florida
    62. July 11, 2004: Willie Smith, 48, Auburn, Washington
    63. July 17, 2004: Jerry Knight, 29, Mississauga, Ontario
    64. July 23, 2004: Milton Salazar, 29, Mesa Arizona
    65. August 2, 2004: Keith Tucker, 47, Las Vegas, Nevada
    66. August 8, 2004: Samuel Truscott, 43, Kingston, Ontario
    67. August 11, 2004: Ernest Blackwell, 29, St. Louis, Missouri
    68. August 11, 2004: David Riley, 41, Joplin, Missouri
    69. August 13, 2004: Anthony Lee McDonald, 46, Harrisburg, North Carolina
    70. August 16, 2004: William Teasley, 31, Anderson, South Carolina
    71. August 19, 2004: Richard Karlo, 44, Denver, Colorado
    72. August 20, 2004: Michael Sanders, 40, Fresno, California
    73. August 24, 2004: Lawrence Davis, 27, Phoenix, Arizona
    74. August 27, 2004: Jason Yeagley, 32, Winter Haven, Florida
    75. August 29, 2004: Michael Rosa, 38, Del Rey Oaks, California
    76. September 12, 2004: Samuel Wakefield, 22, Rio Vista, Texas
    77. September 15, 2004: Andrew Washington, 21, Vallejo, California
    78. September 20, 2004: Jon Merkle, 40, Miami, Florida
    79. October 4, 2004: Dwayne Dunn, 33, Lafayette, Louisiana
    80. November 2, 2004: Greshmond Gray, 25, LaGrange, Georgia
    81. November 2, 2004: Robert Guerrero, 21, Fort Worth, Texas
    82. November 7, 2004: Keith Raymond Drum, Clearlake, Califormnia
    83. November 8, 2004: Ricardo Zaragoza, 40, Elk Grove, California
    84. November 25, 2004: Charles Keiser, 47, Hartland Township, Michigan
    85. November 27, 2004: Byron Black, 39, Lee County, Florida
    86. December 4, 2004: Patrick Fleming, 35, Metairie, Louisiana
    87. December 15, 2004: Kevin Downing, 36, Hollywood, Florida
    88. December 17, 2004: Douglas Meldrum, 37, Wasatch County, Utah
    89. December 17, 2004: Lyle Nelson, 35, Columbia, Illinois
    90. December 23, 2004: Timothy Bolander, 31, Delray Beach, Florida
    91. December 23, 2004: Ronnie Pino, 31, Sacramento, California
    92. December 28, 2004: Christopher Hernandez, 19, Naples, Florida
    93. December 29, 2004: Jeanne Hamilton, 46, Palmdale, California
    94. December 30, 2004: David Cooper, 40, Marion County, Indiana
    95. January 2, 2005: Gregory Saulsbury, 30, Pacifica, California
    96. January 5, 2005: Dennis Hyde, 30, Akron, Ohio
    97. January 8, 2005: Carl Trotter, 33, Pensacola, Florida
    98. January 28, 2005: James Edward Hudson, 33, Chickasha, Oklahoma
    99. January 31, 2005: Jeffrey Turner, 41, Lucas County, Ohio
    100. February 10, 2005: Ronald Alan Hasse, 54, Chicago, Illinois
    101. February 12, 2005: Robert Camba, 45, San Diego, California
    102. February 18, 2005: Joel Don Casey, 52, Houston, Texas
    103. February 20, 2005: Robert Heston, 40, Salinas, California
    104. March 3, 2005: Shirley Andrews, 38, Cincinnati, Ohio
    105. March 6, 2005: Willie Towns, 30, Deland, Florida
    106. March 12, 2005: Milton Woolfolk, 39, Lake City, Florida
    107. March 17, 2005: Mark Young, 25, Indianapolis, Indiana
    108. April 3, 2005: James Wathan Jr., 32, Delhi, California
    109. April 3, 2005: Eric Hammock, 43, Fort Worth, Texas
    110. April 8, 2005: Ricky Barber, 46, Carter County, Oklahoma
    111. April 22, 2005: John Cox, 39, Bellport, New York
    112. May 3, 2005: Keith Graff, 24, Phoenix, Arizona
    113. May 5, 2005: Kevin Geldart, 34, Moncton, New Brunswick
    114. May 6, 2005: Stanley Wilson, 44, Miami, Florida
    115. May 6, 2005: Lawrence Berry, 33, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
    116. May 13, 2005: Vernon Young, 31, Union Township, Ohio
    117. May 17, 2005: Leroy Pierson, Rancho Cucamonga, California
    118. May 20, 2005: Randy Martinez, 40, Albuquerque, New Mexico
    119. May 23, 2005: Lee Marvin Kimmel, 38, Reading, Pennsylvania
    120. May 23, 2005: Richard Alverado, 38, Tustin, California
    121. May 26, 2005: Walter Lamont Seats, 23, Nashville, Tennessee
    122. May 28, 2005: Richard T. Holcomb, 18, Akron, Ohio
    123. May 28, 2005: Nazario J. Solorio, 38, Escondido, California
    124. June 4, 2005: Ravan Conston, 33, Sacramento, California
    125. June 7, 2005: Russell Walker, 47, Las Vegas, Nevada
    126. June 11, 2005: Horace Owens, 48, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    127. June 13, 2005: Michael Anthony Edwards, 32, Palatka, Florida
    128. June 13, 2005: Shawn Pirolozzi, 30, Canton, Ohio
    129. June 14, 2005: Robert Earl Williams, 62, Waco, Texas
    130. June 24, 2005: Carolyn Daniels, 25, Fort Worth, Texas
    131. June 24, 2005: Melinda Kaye Neal, 33, Whitfield County, Georgia
    132. June 29, 2005: Pharoah Knight, 33, Miami, Florida
    133. June 30, 2005: Gurmeet Sandhu, 41, Surrey, B.C.
    134. July 1, 2005: James Foldi, 39, Beamsville, Ont.
    135. July 7, 2005: Rocky Brison, 41, Birmingham, Alabama
    136. July 12, 2005: Kevin Omas, 17, Euless, Texas
    137. July 15, 2005: Ernesto Valdez, 37, Phoenix, Arizona
    138. July 15, 2005: Paul Sheldon Saulnier, 42, Digby, Nova Scotia
    139. July 15, 2005: Otis G. Thrasher, 42, Butte, Montana
    140. July 17, 2005: Michael Leon Critchfield, 40, West Palm Beach, Florida
    141. July 18, 2005: Carlos Casillas Fernandez, 31, Santa Rosa, California
    142. July 23, 2005: Maury Cunningham, 29, Lancaster, South Carolina
    143. July 27, 2005: Terrence L. Thomas, 35, Rockville Centre, New York
    144. August 1, 2005: Brian Patrick O’Neal, San Jose, California
    145. August 3, 2005: Eric Mahoney, 33, Fremont, California
    146. August 4, 2005: Dwayne Zachary, 44, Sacramento, California
    147. August 5, 2005: Olsen Ogoddide, 38, Glendale, Arizona
    148. August 8, 2005: Unidentified male, 47, Phoenix, Arizona
    149. August 26, 2005: Shawn Norman, 40, Laurelville, Ohio
    150. August 27, 2005: Brian Lichtenstein, 31, Stuart, Florida
    151. September 18, 2005: David Anthony Cross, 44, Santa Cruz, California
    152. September 22, 2005: Timothy Michael Torres, 24, Sacramento, California
    153. September 24, 2005: Patrick Aaron Lee, 21, Nashville, Tennessee
    154. September 26, 2005: Michael Clark, 33, Austin, Texas
    155. October 13, 2005: Steven Cunningham, 45, Fort Myers, Florida
    156. October 20, 2005: Jose Perez, 33, San Leandro, California
    157. October 25, 2005: Timothy Mathis, 35, Loveland, Colorado
    158. November 1, 2005: Miguel Serrano, 35, New Britain, Connecticut
    159. November 13, 2005: Josh Brown, 23, Lafayette, Louisiana
    160. November 17, 2005: Jose Angel Rios, 38, San Jose, California
    161. November 20, 2005: Hansel Cunningham, 30, Des Plaines, Illinois
    162. November 26, 2005: Tracy Rene Shippy, 35, Fort Meyers, Florida
    163. November 30, 2005: Kevin Dewayne Wright, 39, Kelso, Washington
    164. December 1, 2005: Jeffrey Earnhardt, 47, Orlando, Florida
    165. December 7, 2005: Michael Tolosko, 31, Sonoma, California
    166. December 17, 2005: Howard Starr, 32, Florence, South Carolina
    167. December 24, 2005: Alesandro Fiacco, 33, Edmonton, Alberta
    168. December 29, 2005: David Moss, 26, Omaha, Nebraska
    169. January 3, 2006: Roberto Gonzalez, 34, Waukegan, Illinois
    170. January 5, 2006: Matthew Dunlevy, 25, Laguna Beach, California
    171. January 13, 2006: Daryl Dwayne Kelley, 29, Houston, Texas
    172. January 22, 2006: Nick Ryan Hanson, 24, Ashland, Oregon
    173. January 25, 2006: Murray Bush, Metairie, Louisiana
    174. January 27, 2006: Jorge Luis Trujillo, San Jose, California
    175. January 28, 2006: Karl W. Marshall, 32, Kansas City, Missouri
    176. January 31, 2006: Jaime Coronel, Castroville, California
    177. February 13, 2006: Darval Smith, New Orleans, Louisiana
    178. February 19, 2006: Gary Bartley, 36, Mandeville, Louisiana
    179. February 24, 2006: Samuel Hair, 48, Fort Pierce, Florida
    180. March 4, 2006: Melvin Anthony Jordan, 27, Norman, Oklahoma
    181. March 8, 2006: Robert R. Hamilton, 42, St. Augustine, Florida
    182. March 18, 2006: Otto Zehm, 35, Spokane, Washington
    183. March 20, 2006: Timothy Grant, 46, Portland, Oregon
    184. March 24, 2006: Theodore Rosenberry, 35, Hagerstown, Maryland
    185. April 5, 2006: Thomas Clint Tipton, 34, Clearwater, Florida
    186. April 15, 2006: Nick Mamino Jr., 41, St. Louis, Missouri
    187. April 16, 2006: Billy Ray Cook, 39, Dublin, North Carolina
    188. April 16, 2006: Juan Manuel Nunez III, 27, Lubbock, Texas
    189. April 21, 2006: Alvin Itula, 35, Salt Lake City, Utah
    190. April 24, 2006: Jose Romero, 23, Dallas, Texas
    191. April 24, 2006: Emily Marie Delafield, 56, Green Cove Springs, Florida
    192. May 1, 2006: Jeremy Davis, 24, Bellmead, Texas
    193. May 7, 2006: Kenneth Cleveland, 63, Ashtabula, Ohio
    194. May 25, 2006: Brian Davis, 43, Los Angeles, California
    195. June 4, 2006: Felipe Herrera, 48, Las Vegas, Nevada
    196. June 13, 2006: Jerry Preyer, 43, Pensacola, Florida
    197. June 18, 2006: Jason Troy Dockery, 31, Coolville, Tennessee
    198. June 21, 2006: Kenneth Eagleton, 43, Crosby, Texas
    199. June 21, 2006: Joseph Stockdale, 26, Indianapolis, Indiana
    200. June 24, 2006: John Martinez, San Jose, California
    201. July 3, 2006: Jermail Williams, 32, South Bend, Indiana
    202. July 7, 2006: Michael Deon Babers, 26, Shreveport, Louisiana
    203. July 8, 2006: Christopher Tull, 36, Cincinnati, Ohio
    204. July 9, 2006: Nickolos Cyrus, 29, Mukwonago, Wisconsin
    205. July 11, 2006: Jesus Negron, 29, New Britain, Connecticut
    206. July 23, 2006: Shannon Johnson, 37, Pittsboro, North Carolina
    207. August 2, 2006: Anthony Jones, 39, Merced, California
    208. August 4, 2006: Ryan Michael Wilson, 22, Lafayette, Colorado
    209. August 8, 2006: Curry McCrimmon, 26, Melbourne, Florida
    210. August 8, 2006: James Nunez, 27, Santa Ana, California
    211. August 9, 2006: Glen Thomas, 33, Wabasso, Florida
    212. August 17, 2006: Raul Gallegos-Reyes, 34, Centennial, Colorado
    213. August 21, 2006: Timothy Picard, 41, Woonsocket, Rhode Island
    214. August 23, 2006: Noah Lopez,25, Fort Worth, Texas
    215. August 30, 2006: Jason Doan, 28, Red Deer, Alberta
    216. September 1, 2006: Juan Soto, Jr., 39, Liberal, Kansas
    217. September 5, 2006: Larry Noles, 52, Louisville, Kentucky
    218. September 8, 2006: Perry Simmons, 35, Montgomery, Alabama
    219. September 13, 2006: Laborian Simmons, 24, Marion County, Florida
    220. September 17, 2006: Marcus Roach-Burris, 42, Menasha, Wisconsin
    221. September 17, 2006: James Philip Chasse Jr., 42, Portland, Oregon
    222. September 29, 2006: Joseph Kinney, 36, Madison Twp., Ohio
    223. September 30, 2006: John David Johnson III, 27, Orange Park, Florida
    224. October 1, 2006: Kip Darrell Black, 38, North Charleston, South Carolina
    225. October 5, 2006: Michael Templeton, 50, Jonesboro, Arkansas
    226. October 6, 2006: Herman Carroll, 31, Houston, Texas
    227. October 9, 2006: James Simons, 35, Lincoln Park, Michigan
    228. October 19, 2006: James Lewis, 37, Las Vegas, Nevada
    229. October 19, 2006: Nicholas Brown, Milford, Connecticut
    230. October 22, 2006: Eddie Charles Ham Jr., 30, Montgomery, Alabama
    231. October 23, 2006: Michael Todd Gleim, 40, Milford, Ohio
    232. October 29, 2006: Roger Holyfield, 17, Jerseyville, Illinois
    233. October 30, 2006: Jeremy Foos, 29, Columbus, Ohio
    234. November 9, 2006: William Jobe, 40, Federal Way, Washington
    235. November 14, 2006: Timothy Wayne Newton, 43, Rocky Mount, North Carolina
    236. November 14, 2006: Darren Faulkner, 41, Southaven, Mississippi
    237. December 3, 2006: Briant K. Parks, 39, Columbus, Ohio
    238. December 17, 2006: Terrill Enard, 29, Lafayette, Louisiana
    239. December 30, 2006: Daniel Walter Quick, 43, Magalia, California
    240. January 2007: James Barber, 25, Ottawa, Ontario
    241. January 5, 2007: Calvin Thompson, 42, Gastonia, North Carolina
    242. January 6, 2007: Douglas John Ilten, 45, Fort Pierce, Florida
    243. January 7, 2007: Blondel Lassegue, 38, Queen’s, New York
    244. January 9, 2007: Pete Carlos Madrid, 44, Fresno, California
    245. January 17, 2007: Keith Kallstrom, 56, Milan, Michigan
    246. January 18, 2007: Andrew J. Athetis, 18, Gilbert, Arizona
    247. January 29, 2007: Michael Keohan, 45, Huntingdon Park, California
    248. January 30, 2007: Christopher L. McCargo, 43, Dayton, Ohio
    249. February 11, 2007: Stephen Krohn, 44, Mesa, Arizona
    250. February 21, 2007: Martin Mendoza, 43, Oceanside, California
    251. March 13, 2007: Muszack Nazaire, 24, East Naples, Florida
    252. March 15, 2007: Randy Buckey, 42, Marion, Ohio
    253. March 16, 2007: Ryan Lee Myers, 40, Essex, Maryland
    254. March 17, 2007: David Brown, 47, Park Forest, Illinois
    255. March 17, 2007: Unidentified male, West Covina, CA
    256. March 23, 2007: Sergio Galvan, 35, San Antonio, Texas
    257. April 10, 2007: Eugene Donjuall Gilliam, 22, Prattville, Alabama
    258. April 11, 2007: Roberto Perez, 25, Indio, California
    259. April 14, 2007: Unidentified male, Phoenix, Arizona
    260. April 22, 2007: David Mills, 26, Hamden, Connecticut
    261. April 23, 2007: Unidentified male, Houston, Texas
    262. April 24, 2007: Louis Jermaine Broomfield, 35, Charleston, South Carolina
    263. April 24, 2007: Walter Heller, 55, Santa Rosa, California
    264. April 24, 2007: Uywanda Peterson, 43, Baltimore, Maryland
    265. April 30, 2007: Roy Hamner, 59, Pearl, Mississippi
    266. May 5, 2007: Daniel Bradley Young, 33, Seminole, Florida
    267. May 7, 2007: Robert A. Keske, 45, Seminole, Florida
    268. May 12, 2007: Trent A. Yohe, 37, Spokane, Washington
    269. May 12, 2007: Jeffry Young, 54, Bremerton, Washington
    270. May 14, 2007: Terrill Heath, 31, Baltimore, Maryland
    271. May 16, 2007: Patrick D. Hagans, 42, Valleyview, Ohio
    272. May 19, 2007: Milisha Thompson, 35, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    273. May 22, 2007: Kevin DeWayne Hill, 39, Knoxville, Tennessee
    274. May 23, 2007: Raymundo Guerrerro Garcia, 33, Simi Valley, California
    275. May 25, 2007: Steve Salinas, 47, San Jose, California
    276. May 26, 2007: Marcus D. Skinner, 22, Seat Pleasant, Maryland
    277. May 29, 2007: Doyle Moniki Jackson, 34, Benton Harbor, Indiana
    278. May 29, 2007: Ramel Henderson, 51, San Diego, California
    279. July 2, 2007: Richard Baisner, 36, Pasadena, California
    280. July 8, 2007: Nathaniel Cobbs Jr., 25, Newburgh, New York
    281. July 16, 2007: Albert Romero, 47, Denver, Colorado
    282. July 20, 2007: Jermaine Thompson, 36, Kansas City, Missouri
    283. July 25, 2007: Carlos Rodriguez, 27, Atlanta, Georgia
    284. July 29, 2007: Ronald Marquez, 49, Phoenix, Arizona
    285. August 2, 2007: Clyde Patrick, 44, Birmingham, Alabama
    286. August 4, 2007: Gefery Johnston, 42, Chicago, Illinois
    287. August 4, 2007: Stephen Spears, 49, Detroit, Michigan
    288. August 4, 2007: James Barnes, 21, Omaha, Nebraska
    289. August 11, 2007: Craig Berdine, 37, Fremont, Ohio
    290. August 14, 2007: Rafael Forbes, 21, Jackson, Mississippi
    291. August 15, 2007: James Wells, 43, Waterford, California (no. 275)
    292. August 18, 2007: Thomas Campbell, 50, Baltimore, Maryland
    293. August 23, 2007: Chad Cekas, 27, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    294. August 26, 2007: Glenn Shipman Jr., 44, Portland, Oregon
    295. September 3, 2007: Earl Guerrant, 47, Golf Manor, Ohio
    296. September 3, 2007: Charles Gordon, 26, Vallejo, California
    297. September 9, 2007: Jorge Renteria Terrquiz, 25, Anaheim, California
    298. September 20, 2007: Claudio Castagnetta, 32, Quebec City, Quebec
    299. October 1, 2007: Samuel Baker, 59, Quitman, Georgia
    300. October 1, 2007: Keith White, 44, Kansas City, Kansas
    301. October 12, 2007: Michael Patrick Lass, 28, Orange County, California
    302. October 14, 2007: Robert Dziekanski, 40, Richmond, BC
    303. October 14, 2007: Donald Clark Grant, 54, Asheville, North Carolina
    304. October 17, 2007: Quilem Registre, 39, Montreal, Quebec
    305. November 1, 2007: Seldon Deshotels, 56, Lake Charles, Louisiana
    306. November 2, 2007: Stefan McMinn, 44, Hendersonville, North Carolina
    307. November 7, 2007: Roger Brown, 40, Miami, Florida
    308. November 16, 2007: Paul Carlock, 57, Springfield, Illinois
    309. November 18, 2007: Jesse Saenz, 20, Raton, New Mexico
    310. November 18, 2007: Jarrel Gray, 20, Frederick, Maryland
    311. November 18, 2007: Christian Allen, 21, Springfield, Florida
    312. November 20, 2007: Conrad Lowman, Jacksonville, Florida
    313. November 22, 2007: Howard Hyde, 45, Halifax, Nova Scotia
    314. November 24, 2007: Robert Knipstrom, 36, Chilliwack, British Columbia
    315. November 29, 2007: Ashley R. Stephens, 28, Ocala, Florida
    316. November 30, 2007: Cesar Silva, 32, Los Angeles, California
    317. December 10, 2007: Leroy Patterson Jr., 41, Walton County, Georgia
    318. January 2, 2008: Brandon Smiley, 27, Mobile, Alabama
    319. January 5, 2008: Ryan Rich, 33, Las Vegas, Nevada
    320. January 9, 2008: Otis C. Anderson, 36, Fayetteville, North Carolina
    321. January 11, 2008: Xavier Jones, 29, Coral Gables, Florida
    322. January 15, 2008: Mark Backlund, 29, New Brighton, Minnesota
    323. January 17, 2008: Baron Pikes, 21, Winnfield, Louisiana
    324. January 18, 2008: Daniel Hanrahan, 44, Staten Island, New York
    325. February 3, 2008: Louis Cryer, 32, Port Arthur, Texas
    326. February 3, 2008: Joseph Davis, 50, Brandon, Mississippi
    327. February 7, 2008: Richard Earl Abston, 53, Merced, California
    328. February 19, 2008: Garrett Sean Farn, 41, Bakersfield, California
    329. February 26, 2008: Barron Harvey Davis, 44, Mayes County, Oklahoma
    330. March 4, 2008: Christopher Jackson, 37, Clay, New York
    331. March 6, 2008: Javier Aguilar, 46, Roswell, New Mexica
    332. March 18, 2008: Roberto Gonzalez, 24, Chicago, Illinois
    333. March 20, 2008: Darryl Wayne Turner, 17, Charlotte, North Carolina
    334. March 21, 2008: James Garland, 41, Deerfield Beach, Florida
    335. March 29, 2008: Henry Bryant, 35, Indianapolis, Indiana
    336. March 30, 2008: Walter Edward Haake Jr., 59, Topeka, Kansas
    337. April 2, 2008: Jason Jesus Gomez, 35, Santa Ana, California
    338. April 6, 2008: Yvelt Occean, 31, New Kent County, Virginia
    339. April 22, 2008: Uriah Samson Dach, 26, Richmond, California
    340. April 24, 2008: Kevin Piskura, 24, Cincinnati, Ohio
    341. April 24, 2008: Dewayne Chatt, 39, Memphis, Tennessee
    342. April 27, 2008: Paul Thompson, 24, Greensboro, North Carolina
    343. April 28, 2008: Jermaine Ward, 28, Jackson, Tennessee
    344. May 4, 2008: Joe Kubat, 21, St. Paul, Minnesota
    345. May 6, 2008: James S. Wilson, 22, Alton, Missouri
    346. May 28, 2008: Ricardo Manuel Abrahams, 44, Woodland, California
    347. May 31, 2008: Robert Ingram, 27, Raceland, Louisiana
    348. June 5, 2008: Willie Maye, 43, Birmingham, Alabama
    349. June 6, 2008: Donovan Graham, 39, Meriden, Connecticut
    350. June 8, 2008: Quintrell T. Brannon, 25, Vincennes, Indiana
    351. June 9, 2008: Tony Curtis Bradway, 26, Brooklyn, New York
    352. June 23, 2008: Jeffrey Marreel, 36, Norfolk, Ontario
    353. June 24, 2008: Ernest Graves, 26, Rockford, Illinois
    354. June 27, 2008: Nicholas Cody, 27, Dothan, Alabama
    355. July 2, 2008: Isaac Bass, 34, Louisville, Kentucky
    356. July 4, 2008: Othello Pierre, 23, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    357. July 8, 2008: Samuel DeBoise, 29, St. Louis, Missouri
    358. July 8, 2008: Carlos Vargas, 42, San Bernardino, California
    359. July 14, 2008: Marion Wilson Jr., 52, Houston, Texas
    360. July 14, 2008: Deshoun Keyon Torrence, 18, Long Beach, California
    361. July 22, 2008: Michael Langan, 17, Winnipeg, Manitoba
    362. July 23, 2008: Richard Smith, 46, Dallas, Texas
    363. July 26, 2008: Anthony Davidson, Statesville, 29, North Carolina
    364. August 4, 2008: Jerry Jones, 45, Beaumont, Texas
    365. August 4, 2008: Andre Thomas, 37, Swissvale, Pennsylvania
    366. August 2, 2008: Lawrence Rosenthal, 54, Hemet, California
    367. August 10, 2008: Kiethedric Hines, 31, Rockford, Illinois
    368. August 15, 2008: Kenneth Oliver, 45, Miami, Florida
    369. August 25, 2008: Ronald Adkisson, 59, Creston, Iowa
    370. August 29, 2008: Stanley James Harlan, 23, Moberly, Missouri
    371. September 3, 2008: Prince Swayzer, 38, San Jose, California
    372. September 3, 2008: Andy Tran, 32, Garden Grove, California
    373. September 11, 2008: Roney Wilson, 46, Hillsborough, Florida
    374. September 17, 2008: Sean Reilly, 42, Mississauga, Ontario
    375. September 19, 2008: Gabriel Bitterman, 23, Lincoln, Nebraska
    376. September 25, 2008: Iman Morales, 35, New York, New York
    377. September 30, 2008: Frank Frachette, 49, Langley, BC
    378. October 1, 2008: Jose Anibal Amaro, 45, Orange County, Florida
    379. October 18, 2008: Homer Taylor, 39, Chicago, Illinois
    380. October 29, 2008: Trevor Grimolfson, 38, Edmonton, Alberta
    381. October 31, 2008: Marlon Oliver Acevedo, 35, Riverside, California
    382. November 2, 2008: Gordon Walker Bowe, 30, Calgary, Alberta
    383. November 3, 2008: Adren Maurice Turner, 44, Mexia, Texas
    384. November 10, 2008: Guy James Fernandez, 42, Santa Rosa, California
    385. December 3, 2008: Leroy Hughes, 52, Covington, Kentucky
    386. December 9, 2008: Quincy Smith, 24, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    387. December 19, 2008: Edwin Rodriguez, 26, San Jose, California
    388. December 21, 2008: Nathan Vaughn, 39, Santa Rosa, California
    389. December 24, 2008: Unidentified man, 46, Houston, Texas
    390. January 8, 2009: Derrick Jones, 17, Martinsville, Virginia
    391. January 11, 2009: Rodolfo Lepe, 31, Bakersfield, California
    392. January 22, 2009: Roger Redden, 52, Soddy Daisy, Tennessee
    393. February 2, 2009: Garrett Jones, 45, Stockton, California
    394. February 11, 2009: Richard Lua, 28, San Jose, California
    395. February 13, 2009: Rudolph Byrd, Age Unknown, Thomas County, Florida
    396. February 13, 2009: Michael Jones, 43, Iberia, Louisiana
    397. February 14, 2009: Chenard Kierre Winfield, 32, Los Angeles, California
    398. February 28, 2009: Robert Lee Welch, 40, Conroe, Texas
    399. March 22, 2009: Brett Elder, 15, Bay City, Michigan
    400. March 26, 2009: Marcus D. Moore, 40, Freeport, Illinois
    401. April 1, 2009: John J. Meier Jr., 48, Tamarac, Florida
    402. April 6, 2009: Ricardo Varela, 41, Fresno, California
    403. April 10, 2009: Robert Mitchell, 16, Detroit, Michigan
    404. April 13, 2009: Craig Prescott, 38, Modesto, California
    405. April 16, 2009: Gary A. Decker, 50, Tuscon, Arizona
    406. April 18, 2009: Michael Jacobs Jr., 24, Fort Worth, Texas
    407. April 30, 2009: Kevin LaDay, 35, Lumberton, Texas
    408. May 4, 2009: Gilbert Tafoya, 53, Holbrook, Arizona
    409. May 6, 2009: Grant William Prentice, 40, Brooks, Alberta
    410. May 17, 2009: Jamaal Ray Valentine, 27, La Marque, Texas
    411. May 23, 2009: Gregory Rold, 37, Salem, Oregon
    412. June 9, 2009: Brian Layton Cardall, 32, Hurricane, Utah

    Imaginez le bordel médiatique qu’il y aurait eu si tous ces gens avaient été descendus par balle!!!

    Mais parce qu’ils ont été tués par Taser, tout baigne.

    Maintenant, parlez-moi d’une société malade!

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