The Taser has undoubtedly saved the lives of countless police officers around the world as well as saving even more from sustaining serious injuries whilst protecting the public.
And despite calls from some ‘individuals’ for the Taser not to be issued to police officers, thankfully most ‘top brass’ have ignored these ridiculous statements from individuals who rarely step outside of the comfort of their offices.
Ultimately, if you do not want to be shot with a taser, then all you need to do is comply with the lawful demands which are given to you by police officers.
Despite the efforts of some sections of the mainstream media to convince you otherwise, you will not get tased just for ‘walking down the street’.
The safety of the brave men and women who are on the thin blue line, risking their lives in order to try and keep you and your families safe, does come and always should come above the grumbles of lily-livered individuals who seem to think that truly violent people only exist in the movies.
So hopefully the new taser 7 will help to protect even more lives with its much-improved penetration, accuracy and range.
Have a look at the video below and see for yourselves – let us know what you think in the comments below, whether you are for or against the Taser.
Maybe it won’t be long until medics in some areas of the country are also issued with tasers as well, owing to the increasing frequency with which ambulances crews are also being assaulted.
It was only the other week that we reported on the shameful statistics of just how many emergency ambulance crews are being assaulted by the communities which they dedicate their lives to serving whilst on the #ThinGreenLine
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