Tenn. police test TASERs with video cameras


By Ronnie Moore, Staff Writer
Chattanooga Times Free Press

Fort Oglethorpe police began training Tuesday with $36,000 worth of Tasers fitted with video cameras, which officials said are designed to protect police and the public both physically and legally.

Lts. Gary McConathy and John McGrath took jolts from the units during the training, and each was recorded by the attached camera.

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