Flawed Research


Latest Development In Taser Heart Safety Controversy

After a broad-based, in-depth study of real-world applications, an independent research team says its findings “suggest” that department policies restricting the firing of Taser probes to the chest because of heart safety concerns “are unnecessary.” Case analysts led by Dr. William Bozeman of the Wake Forest University School of Medicine in North Carolina determined that...
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“Excessive Force” Study Gravely Flawed, Says FSRC

Strong skepticism has been expressed by the Force Science Research Center regarding a recently publicized survey showing that a high percentage of emergency room doctors believe they see evidence of police brutality in the patients they treat. The poll, published in Emergency Medicine Journal, reports that 99.8% of ER physicians responding to a random-sample survey...
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