Questions still remain over San Jose officers' use of force


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Editor’s Note: A vigorous discussion is taking place it the comments area beneath an article posted to PoliceOne immediately following this incident making national headlines last week. Add your opinion to those of dozens of officers from across the country (as well as PoliceOne Columnists Gary T. Klugiewicz, Glenn French, and Terry Dwyer) by posting your comments here.

By Sean Webby
San Jose Mercury News

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Scott Wright was fixing the emergency brake on an old Cadillac in a parking lot near Willow Glen last year when the San Jose police rolled up. Within minutes, he had been shot with a Taser and beaten with batons, breaking his arm.

The cause of the trouble? Wright reached into his van to wash his greasy hands.

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