(jist of article: Someone called for a welfare check on a 22 year old man in a living facility with schizophrenia, seemed he was having a break with reality. Nothing violent or suicidal, not that would automatically justify this.
He was taking a shower when they arrived, the unit was locked, instead of waiting for a person with a key or for him to answer, they bust down the door. He stares at them blankly. This seems like one of the top three human responses to “I was taking a shower, now the cops broke down my door and are yelling at me for reasons unbeknownst to me”; also the least deserving of tasing. He began to struggle when they had him on the floor and were handcuffing him, again, pretty normal human stuff…
They tase him no less than 18 times, load him down with sedatives…and they’re not responsible for his death.)
Nope. NO WRONG-DOING HERE, GOOD JOB, PD.
It was that damn “excited delirium“, that seems to lay in wait to frame decent, god-fearing police officers.