An Air Force study found that receiving multiple shocks from a Taser causes heart damage in pigs but nonetheless concluded that the device, which is used by the military and more than 7,000 law-enforcement agencies around the world, is "generally safe and effective." | Harper's Magazine

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An Air Force study found that receiving multiple shocks from a Taser causes heart damage in pigs but nonetheless concluded that the device, which is used by the military and more than 7,000 law-enforcement agencies around the world, is “generally safe and effective.”

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An Air Force study found that receiving multiple shocks from a Taser causes heart damage in pigs but nonetheless concluded that the device, which is used by the military and more than 7,000 law-enforcement agencies around the world, is “generally safe and effective.”

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