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Cruel And Unusual Punishment: Police Execute Women By Electrocution, Without Electric Chair Video

Before It’s News – by Josey Wales

According to Amnesty International, between 2001 and 2008, 351 people in the United States died after being shocked by police Tasers. Add the 181 deaths listed below in this article, and the total documented deaths by electrocution comes up to 532 since 2001.

Death can occur from any shock that carries enough current to stop the heart. Small currents (70–700 mA) usually trigger fibrillation in the heart which is reversible via defibrillator, but large currents (> 1 A) cause permanent damage via burns, and cellular damage.

Whether an electric current is fatal is also dependent on the path it takes through the body, which depends in turn on the points at which the current enters and leaves the body. The heart is the organ most vulnerable to damage from electricity, next is the brain.

Women are more susceptible to macroshock electrocution than men, but men are equally susceptible to microshock electrocution.

Execution by electrocution, using an electric chair, has been employed as an official method ofcapital punishment in only two countries, the United States and the Philippines, and is now almost obsolete.

It was invented in the US in 1881 as a more humane alternative to hanging. It was promoted by inventor Thomas Edison, who built the first electric chair, and conducted many public tests on animals, using alternating current (AC) electricity.

The first person to be executed by electrocution was William Kemmler in New York’s Auburn prison on August 6, 1890.

One thousand volts was passed through his body for 17 seconds, however he was found to be still breathing and a second shock of 2000 volts was required to kill him.

But our Law Enforcement in America use tasers that send 50,000 VOLTS through your body. Is this cruel and unusual punishment? Or execution by Cop, without the chair ?   Watch the video, you decide.

A video taken by the California Highway Patrol may be the first time a camera has captured all of the events leading up to a cardiac arrest following the use of a TASER® electronic control device.

According to the arrest report, the CHP officer hit the trigger on his TASER® X-26 TM three times, sending three separate 50,000 jolts into Jones’ chest, Killing her on her feet. Death by Cop, electrocution.

At last count, there are more than 514,000 Tasers among law enforcers and the military nationwide. Tasers are now deployed in law enforcement agencies in 29 of the 33 largest U.S. cities. Some states,such as New Jersey, are loosening up their rules for taser use.

Do you think this is an isolated incident? Think again, here is a list of Police Taser deaths just from 2009 to Sept 2012.

  1. Jan 9, 2009: Derrick Jones, 17, Black, Martinsville, Virginia
  2. Jan 11, 2009: Rodolfo Lepe, 31, Hispanic, Bakersfield, California
  3. Jan 22, 2009: Roger Redden, 52, Caucasian, Soddy Daisy, Tennessee-
  4. Feb 2, 2009: Garrett Jones, 45, Caucasian, Stockton, California
  5. Feb 11, 2009: Richard Lua, 28, Hispanic, San Jose, California
  6. Feb 13, 2009: Rudolph Byrd, 37, Black, Thomasville, Georgia
  7. Feb 13, 2009: Michael Jones, 43, Black, Iberia, Louisiana
  8. Feb 14, 2009: Chenard Kierre Winfield, 32, Black, Los Angeles, California
  9. Feb 28, 2009: Robert Lee Welch, 40, Caucasian, Conroe, Texas
  10. Mar 22, 2009: Brett Elder, 15, Caucasian, Bay City, Michigan
  11. Mar 26, 2009: Marcus D. Moore, 40, Black, Freeport, Illinois
  12. Apr 1, 2009: John J. Meier Jr., 48, Caucasian, Tamarac, Florida
  13. Apr 6, 2009: Ricardo Varela, 41, Hispanic, Fresno, California
  14. Apr 10, 2009: Robert Mitchell, 16, Black, Detroit, Michigan
  15. Apr 13, 2009: Craig Prescott, 38, Black, Modesto, California
  16. Apr 16, 2009: Gary A. Decker, 50, Black, Tuscon, Arizona
  17. Apr 18, 2009: Michael Jacobs Jr., 24, Black, Fort Worth, Texas
  18. Apr 30, 2009: Kevin LaDay, 35, Black, Lumberton, Texas
  19. May 4, 2009: Gilbert Tafoya, 53, Caucasian, Holbrook, Arizona
  20. May 17, 2009: Jamaal Valentine, 27, Black, La Marque, Texas
  21. May 23, 2009: Gregory Rold, 37, Black, Salem, Oregon
  22. Jun 9, 2009: Brian Cardall, 32, Caucasian, Hurricane, Utah
  23. Jun 13, 2009: Dwight Madison, 48, Black, Bel Air, Maryland
  24. Jun 20, 2009 Derrek Kairney, 36, Race: Unknown, South Windsor, Connecticut
  25. Jun 30, 2009, Shawn Iinuma, 37, Asian, Fontana, California
  26. Jul 2, 2009, Rory McKenzie, 25, Black, Bakersfield, California
  27. Jul 20, 2009, Charles Anthony Torrence, 35, Caucasian, Simi Valley, California
  28. Jul 30, 2009, Johnathan Michael Nelson, 27, Caucasian, Riverside County, California
  29. Aug 9, 2009, Terrace Clifton Smith, 52, Black, Moreno Valley, California
  30. Aug 12, 2009, Ernest Ridlehuber, 53, Race: Unknown, Greenville, South Carolina
  31. Aug 14, 2009, Hakim Jackson, 31, Black, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  32. Aug 18, 2009, Ronald Eugene Cobbs, 38, Black, Greensboro, North Carolina
  33. Aug 20, 2009, Francisco Sesate, 36, Hispanic, Mesa, Arizona
  34. Aug 22, 2009, T.J. Nance, 37, Race: Unknown, Arizona City, Arizona
  35. Aug 26, 2009, Miguel Molina, 27, Hispanic, Los Angeles, California
  36. Aug 27, 2009, Manuel Dante Dent, 27, Hispanic, Modesto, California
  37. Sep 3, 2009, Shane Ledbetter, 38, Caucasian, Aurora, Colorado
  38. Sep 16, 2009, Alton Warren Ham, 45, Caucasian, Modesto, California
  39. Sep 19, 2009, Yuceff W. Young II, 21, Black, Brooklyn, Ohio
  40. Sep 21, 2009, Richard Battistata, 44, Hispanic, Laredo, Texas
  41. Sep 28, 2009, Derrick Humbert, 38, Black, Bradenton, Florida
  42. Oct 2, 2009, Rickey Massey, 38, Black, Panama City, Florida
  43. Oct 12, 2009, Christopher John Belknap, 36, Race: Unknown, Ukiah, California
  44. Oct 16, 2009, Frank Cleo Sutphin, 19, Caucasian, San Bernadino, California
  45. Oct 27, 2009, Jeffrey Woodward, 33, Caucasian, Gallatin, Tennessee
  46. Nov 13, 2009, Herman George Knabe, 58, Caucasian, Corpus Christi, Texas
  47. Nov 14, 2009, Darryl Bain, 43, Black, Coram, New York
  48. Nov 16, 2009, Matthew Bolick, 30, Caucasian, East Grand Rapids, Michigan
  49. Nov 19, 2009, Jesus Gillard, 61, Black, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
  50. Nov 21, 2009, Ronald Petruney, 49, Race: Unknown, Washington, Pennsylvania
  51. Nov 27, 2009, Eddie Buckner, 53, Caucasian, Chattanooga, Tennessee
  52. Dec 11, 2009, Andrew Grande, 33, Caucasian, Oak County, Florida
  53. Dec 11, 2009, Hatchel Pate Adams III, 36, Black, Hampton, Virginia
  54. Dec 11, 2009, Paul Martin Martinez, 36, Hispanic, Roseville, California
  55. Dec 13, 2009, Douglas Boucher, 39, Caucasian, Mason, Ohio
  56. Dec 14, 2009, Linda Hicks, 62, Black, Toledo, Ohio
  57. Dec 19, 2009, Preston Bussey III, 41, Black, Rockledge, Florida
  58. Dec 20, 2009, Michael Hawkins, 39, Caucasian, Springfield, Missouri
  59. Dec 30, 2009, Stephen Palmer, 47, Race: Unknown, Stamford, Connecticut
  60. Jan 6, 2010, Delano Smith, 21, Black, Elkhart, Indiana
  61. Jan 17, 2010, William Bumbrey III, 36, Black, Arlington, Virginia
  62. Jan 20, 2010, Kelly Brinson, 45, Race: Unknown, Cincinnati, Ohio
  63. Jan 27, 2010, Joe Spruill, Jr., Black, Goldsboro, North Carolina
  64. Jan 28, 2010, Patrick Burns, 50, Caucasian, Sangamon County, Illinois
  65. Jan 28, 2010, Daniel Mingo, 25, Black, Mobile, Alabama
  66. Feb 4, 2010, Mark Morse, 36, Caucasian, Phoenix, Arizona
  67. Mar 4, 2010, Roberto Olivo, 33, Hispanic, Tulare, California
  68. Mar 5, 2010, Christopher Wright, 48, Race: Unknown, Seattle, Washington
  69. Mar 10, 2010, Jaesun Ingles, 31, Black, Midlothian, Illinois
  70. Mar 10, 2010, James Healy Jr., 44, Race: Unknown, Rhinebeck, New York
  71. Mar 20, 2010, Albert Valencia, 31, Hispanic, Downey, California
  72. Apr 10, 2010, Daniel Joseph Barga, 24, Caucasian, Cornelius, Oregon
  73. Apr 30, 2010, Adil Jouamai, 32, Moroccan, Arlington, Virginia
  74. May 9, 2010, Audreacus Davis, 29, Black, Atlanta, Georgia
  75. May 14, 2010, Sukeba Olawunmi, 39, Race: Unknown, Atlanta, Georgia
  76. May 24, 2010, Efrain Carrion, 35, Hispanic, Middletown, Connecticut
  77. May 27, 2010, Carl Johnson, 48, Caucasian, Baltimore, Maryland
  78. May 29, 2010, Jose Martinez, 53, Hispanic, Waukegan, Illinois
  79. May 31, 2010, Anastasio Hernández Rojas, 42, Hispanic, San Ysidro, California
  80. Jun 8, 2010, Terrelle Houston, 22, Black, Hempstead, Texas
  81. Jun 12, 2010, Curtis Robinson, 34, Black, Albuquerque, New Mexico
  82. Jun 13, 2010, William Owens, 17, Race: Unknown, Homewood, Alabama
  83. Jun 14, 2010, Jose Alfredo Jimenez, 42, Hispanic, Harris County, Texas
  84. Jun 15, 2010, Michael White, 47, Black, Vallejo, California
  85. Jun 22, 2010, Daniel Sylvester, 35, Caucasian, Crescent City, California
  86. July 5, 2010, Damon Falls, 31, Black, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  87. July 5, 2010, Edmund Gutierrez, 22, Hispanic, Imperial, California
  88. July 8, 2010, Phyllis Owens, 87, Race: Unknown, Clackamas County, Oregon
  89. July 9, 2010, Marvin Booker, 56, Race: Black, Denver, Colorado
  90. July 12, 2010, Anibal Rosario-Rodriguez, 61, Hispanic, New Britain, Connecticut
  91. July 15, 2010, Jerome Gill, Race: Unknown, Chicago, Illinois
  92. July 18, 2010, Edward Stephenson, 46, Race: Unknown, Leavenworth, Kansas
  93. July 23, 2010, Jermaine Williams, 30, Black, Cleveland, Mississippi
  94. Aug 1, 2010, Dennis Sandras, 49, Race: Unknown, Houma, Louisiana
  95. Aug 9, 2010, Andrew Torres, 39, Hispanic, Greenville, South Carolina
  96. Aug 18, 2010, Martin Harrison, 50, Caucasian, Dublin, California
  97. Aug 19, 2010, Adam Disalvo, 30, Caucasian, Daytona Beach, Florida
  98. Aug 20, 2010, Stanley Jackson, 31, Black, Washtenaw County, Michigan
  99. Aug 24, 2010, Michael Ford, 50, Black, Livonia, Michigan
  100. Aug 25, 2010, Eduardo Hernandez-Lopez, 21, Hispanic, Las Vegas, Nevada
  101. Aug 31, 2010, King Hoover, 27, Black, Spanaway, Washington
  102. Sep 4, 2010, Adam Colliers, 25, Caucasian, Gold Bar, Washington
  103. Sep 10, 2010, Larry Rubio, 20, Race: Unknown, Leemore, California
  104. Sep 12, 2010, Freddie Lockett, 30, Black, Dallas, Texas
  105. Sep 16, 2010, Gary L. Grossenbacher, 48, Race: Unknown, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  106. Sep 18, 2010, David Cornelius Smith, 28, Black, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  107. Sep 18, 2010, Joseph Frank Kennedy, 48, Caucasian, La Mirada, California
  108. Oct 4, 2010, Javon Rakestrau, 28, Black, Lafayette Parish, Louisiana
  109. Oct 7, 2010, Patrick Johnson, 18, Caucasian, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  110. Oct 12, 2010, Ryan Bain, 31, Caucasian, Billings, Montana
  111. Oct 14, 2010, Karreem Ali, 65, Black, Silver Spring, Maryland
  112. Oct 19, 2010, Troy Hooftallen, 36, Caucasian, Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania
  113. Nov 4, 2010, Eugene Lamott Allen, 40, Race: Unknown, Wilmington, Delaware
  114. Nov 6, 2010, Robert Neill, Jr., 61, Caucasian, Mount Joy, Pennsylvania
  115. Nov 7, 2010, Mark Shaver, 32, Caucasian, Brimfield, Ohio
  116. Nov 23, 2010, Denevious Thomas, 36, Black, Albany, Georgia
  117. Nov 26, 2010, Rodney Green, 36, Black, Waco, Texas
  118. Nov 27, 2010, Blaine McElroy, 37, Race: Unknown, Jackson County, Mississippi
  119. Dec 2, 2010, Clayton Early James, Age: Unknown, Race: Unknown, Elizabeth City, North Carolina
  120. Dec 11, 2010, Anthony Jones, 44, Race: Unknown, Las Vegas, Nevada
  121. Dec 12, 2010, Linel Lormeus, 26, Black, Naples, Florida
  122. Dec 20, 2010, Christopher Knight, 35, Black, Brunswick, Georgia 
  123. Dec 31, 2010, Rodney Brown, 40, Black, Cleveland, Ohio 
  124. Jan 5, 2011, Kelly Sinclair, 41, Race: Unknown, Amarillo, Texas
  125. Feb 5, 2011, Robert Ricks, 23, Black, Alexandria, Louisiana
  126. March 15, 2011, Brandon Bethea, 24, Black, Harnett County, North Carolina
  127. Apr 3, 2011, Jairious McGhee, 23, Black, Tampa, Florida
  128. Apr 22, 2011, Adam Spencer Johnson, 33, Caucasian, Orlando, Florida
  129. Apr 23, 2011, Ronald Armstrong, 43, Race: Unknown, Pinehurst, North Carolina
  130. Apr 25, 2011, Kevin Darius Campbell, 39, Race: Unknown, Tallahassee, Florida 
  131. May 1, 2011, Marcus Brown, 26, Black, Waterbury, Connecticut
  132. May 6, 2011, Matthew Mittelstadt, 56, Caucasian, Boundary County, Idaho
  133. May 11, 2011, Allen Kephart, 43, Caucasian, San Bernadino County, California 
  134. June 13, 2011, Howard Hammon, 41, Caucasian, Middleburg, Ohio 
  135. June 22, 2011, Otto Kolberg, 55, Caucasian, Waycross, Georgia 
  136. June 28, 2011, Dalric East, 40, Black, Montgomery County, Maryland
  137. July 5, 2011, Kelly Thomas, 37, Caucasian, Fullerton, California
  138. July 10, 2011, Joshua Nossoughi, 32, Caucasian, Springfield, Missouri
  139. July 19, 2011, Alonzo Ashley, 29, Black, Denver, Colorado 
  140. July 21, 2011, La’Reko Williams, 21, Black, Charlotte, North Carolina 
  141. July 30, 2011, Donald Murray, 39, Caucasian, Westland, Michigan
  142. August 4, 2011, Pierre Abernathy, 30, Black, San Antonio, Texas
  143. August 6, 2011, Everette Howard, 18, Black, Cincinnati, Ohio
  144. August 6, 2011, Debro Wilkerson, 29, Black, Prince William County, Maryland
  145. August 6, 2011, Gregory Kralovetz, 50, Caucasian, Kaukauna, Wisconsin 
  146. August 12, 2011, Joseph Lopez, 49, Hispanic, Santa Barbara, California
  147. August 17, 2011, Roger Chandler, 41, Caucasian, Helena, Montana 
  148. August 21, 2011, Montalito McKissick, 37, Black, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  149. August 24, 2011, Michael Evans, 56, Race: Unknown, Fayetteville, North Carolina
  150. August 30, 2011, Nicholas Koscielniak, 27, Caucasian, Lancaster, New York
  151. September 11, 2011, Tyree Sinclair, 31, Black, Corpus Christi, Texas
  152. September 13, 2011, Damon Barnett, 44, Caucasian, Fresno, California 
  153. September 17, 2011, Richard Kokenos, 27, Caucasian, Warren, Michigan
  154. September 24, 2011, Bradford Gibson, 35, Black, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
  155. September 24, 2011, Donacio Rendon, 43, Race: Unknown, Lubbock, Texas
  156. September 29, 2011, Howard Cook, 35, Black, York, Pennsylvania
  157. October 4, 2011, Glenn Norman, 46, Caucasian, Camden County, Missouri
  158. October 9, 2011, Darnell Hutchinson, 32, Black, San Leandro, California
  159. October 31, 2011, Chad Brothers, 32, Caucasian, Colonie, New York
  160. November 6, 2011, Darrin Hanna, 43, Black, North Chicago, Illinois
  161. November 13, 2011, Ronald Cristiano, 51, Caucasian, Bridgeport, Connecticut
  162. November 15, 2011, Jonathan White, 29, Black, San Bernardino, California
  163. November 22, 2011, Roger Anthony, 61, Black, Scotland Neck, North Carolina
  164. December 16, 2011, Marty Atencio, 44, Hispanic, Phoenix, Arizona
  165. December 22, 2011, Wayne Williams, 27, Black, Houma, Louisiana
  166. January 15, 2012, Daniel Guerra, 24, Hispanic, Ft. Worth, Texas
  167. February 29, 2012, Raymond Allen, 34, Black, Galveston, Texas
  168. March 5, 2012, Nehemiah Dillard, 29, Black, Gainesville, Florida
  169. March 12, 2012, Jersey Green, 37, Black, Aurora, Illinois 
  170. March 19, 2012, James Barnes, 38, Caucasian, Pinellas County, Florida
  171. April 10, 2012, Bobby Merrill, 38, Black, Saginaw, Michigan
  172. April 21, 2012, Angel Heraldo, 41, Hispanic, Meriden, Connecticut 
  173. April 22, 2012, Bruce Chrestensen, 52, Caucasian, Grass Valley, California
  174. May 10, 2012, Damon Abraham, 34, Black, Baldwin, Louisiana
  175. June 9, 2012, Randolph Bonvillian, 41, Caucasian, Houma, Louisiana
  176. June 20, 2012, Macadam Mason, 39, Caucasian, Thetford, Vermont 
  177. June 30, 2012, Victor Duffy, 25, Black, Tukwila, Washington
  178. July 1, 2012, Corey McGinnis, 35, Black, Cincinnati, Ohio
  179. July 5, 2012, Sampson Castellane, 29, Native American, Fife, Washington 
  180. September 1, 2012, Denis Chabot, 38, Caucasian, Houston, Texas 
  181. September 14, 2012, Bill Williams, 60, Caucasian, Everett, Washington

The work done over the past few years by Patti Gillman and Cameron Wardcontinue to be the inspiration. Gillman and Ward documented over 730 taser-related deaths in North America on their blog.

On the other hand, I think that something is wrong in America when the police electrocute folks on a WEEKLY basis with their taser arsenal … and the public is mute in its response.

This is a horrible misuse of a so-called *non-lethal* technology.

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8 Responses to Cruel And Unusual Punishment: Police Execute Women By Electrocution, Without Electric Chair Video

  1. diggerdan says:

    181 tazer deaths just since 2009 – sept 2012? Geeze, this sound like it is i8i times more deadly than that evil marijuana!——— No wonder it makes me feel good whenever I hear of a pig/cop getting killed or tortured. There is not enough money that could be won in a lawsuit against a PD or a cop that was being sued for abuse of power, etc.

  2. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    Guess you got off easy, NC.

    You’re still breathing.

    • NC says:

      After reading this article and showing it to my wife, we both agreed that same thing, #1. This is why I yelled at the police officers during that incident and why I filed complaints of abuse to the Round Rock, TX police. What they did was uncalled for and I even told the IA officer that people die from that and I could have died if I had a heart problem. I asked him if they ever thought about that and he just listened and tried to be understanding. You know, the whole management/customer service bullshit that people in those kinds of positions play and all. The “listen and hope you will go away after you are done bitching as there is nothing I can do” thing. He said, “Oh, well we make sure that all our officers are tased to show how bad it is before we give them it.” Hmm….gee….I’m starting to wonder if they set the tasers for 100 volts for the officer initiation process, instead of 2,000 volts. Big difference, I would say. It’s no wonder they don’t care or think it is still “non-lethal”. Cops these days don’t even have the brains to find their way out of a paper bag, let alone do the math on these things. Typical.

      • diggerdan says:

        NC, the only time I have ever known a cop acting like he is understanding is when the cop is trying to set a person up.

      • # 1 NWO Hatr says:

        NC, I don’t think they come in 500 or 2,000 volt models. The woman in this article was nailed with 50,000.

        My stun gun (legal) puts out 950,000, and a friend of of mine has one that packs a 1,000,000 volt wallop.

        Needless to say, either one is more than enough to knock the biggest moron clean off his feet.

        • NC says:

          Yea I know the stun guns that are sold in stores are about that range in voltage (650,000 – 1,000,000 volts). However, I just thought that the police have their own custom stun guns that can adjust the voltage to whatever level they want. You know the police have their own custom made weapons that can always counter any of the civilian weapons. Even the car radars are useless for us civilians because the police use a radar detector detector to detect you and your radar before you can detect them. The radar companies are making millions off of dumb, gullible and naive teenagers who believe those radar detectors actually work against traffic cops. It’s sad. So I’m assuming the same can be said for police tasers verses civilian tasers.

          • # 1 NWO Hatr says:

            The other cool thing about them is: if you zap one of their cars with one, it fries the electrical system – they ain’t goin’ anywhere after that. That’s what I’ve heard, anyway. (I’d be a bit worried about the gas tank possibly blowing up, though) LOL :-)

  3. NC says:

    I’m noticing quite a few Texas deaths from Taser incidents on this list. I guess I really did get off easily.

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