A stun-gun manufacturer has agreed to a $2.85 million settlement with a California man who suffered brain damage after being tased four years ago.
Steven Butler was shocked by a Watsonvile, Calif., police officer in 2006 after refusing to exit a bus. The suit says Bulter went into cardiac arrest and stopped breathing for 18 minutes after being tased.
He suffered severe brain damage, and now requires around-the-clock care, the suit claims. The settlement money will go toward Bulter’s past and future medical costs. Jennifer Squires, San Jose Mercury News 08/12/2010
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