People killed by police use of stun guns are disproportionately African American, a Reuters analysis of fatalities through 2018 found.
The news service analyzed 1,081 cases in which people died after police shocked them with a stun gun, the majority occurring after 2000, when the weapon came into widespread usage by police departments. The analysis found that the plurality of deaths — at least 32 percent — were African American . . .
Black Hot Fire Network
February 24, 2024