Mich. department gets used to TASERs; 'Worst pain I've ever felt,' officer says
By Diane Dempsey Deel
The Flint Journal
ARGENTINE TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Police officers submitted to lightning beam force Wednesday to test out Tasers they will soon be using to settle down rowdy suspects.
The officers took a six-hour course to be certified on the Tasers, which will be implemented by the end of the year. It wasn't mandatory for the officers to be hit with the 50,000-volt electrical blast, although all township officers voluntarily submitted to the pain.
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