Some Texas officers want to apologize for TASER incident

By Tony Plohetski
The Austin American-Statesman

AUSTIN, Texas Several Austin police officers want to apologize to the man who was shocked by another officer's Taser on Thanksgiving.

The group includes at least two board members of the Austin Police Association, which in recent years has been criticized by some community groups that say it too quickly defends officers accused of wrongdoing.

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