N.Y. cop's TASER use on woman causes controversy
By John O'Brien
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — In January, an Onondaga County sheriff's deputy pulled over Audra Harmon, who had two of her kids with her in her minivan. A routine traffic stop escalated quickly.
The deputy, Sean Andrews, accused her of talking on her cell phone. She said she could prove him wrong.
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