Tasers are an increasingly popular non-lethal weapon for police departments. But several recent incidents, including the death of a Polish immigrant in the Vancouver airport, have heightened debate over use of the Taser stun gun.

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  • Dalia Hashad director of Amnesty International USA's domestic human rights program
  • Thomas P. Smith chairman of the board and co-founder, Taser International
  • Lorie Fridell associate professor of criminology, University of South Florida

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