An Independence, Mo., police officer pins a teen to the pavement after using a stun gun and handcuffs to subdue the 17-year-old, who subsequently went into cardiac arrest.
An Independence, Mo., police officer pins a teen to the pavement after using a stun gun and handcuffs to subdue the 17-year-old, who subsequently went into cardiac arrest. Kansas City Star Video image
An Independence, Mo., police officer pins a teen to the pavement after using a stun gun and handcuffs to subdue the 17-year-old, who subsequently went into cardiac arrest. Kansas City Star Video image

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