Philly police test TASER on supervisor


By Mari A. Schaefer
The Philadelphia Inquirer

UPPER DARBY, Pa. — Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood took the hit - and survived.

In front of a half-dozen TV cameras, the 64-year-old chief took a 1,200-volt charge from a Taser, an electrical stun gun used by police.

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