The Toronto Star
May 10, 2008
VANCOUVERâ€“The company that sells more conducted energy weapons to law enforcement than any other rushed to market with faulty safety and medical research, claims the head of a company that plans to market a device to compete with the Taser.
Ken Stethem, founder and chairman of Ageis Industries, told the public inquiry into Taser use that Taser International’s methodology was flawed in designing, developing and deploying the conducted energy weapons (CEWs).
Normally a company would develop medical and safety data, then test the product on animals and humans, Stethem told the inquiry.
“In my humble opinion that’s not how the current CEWs were developed and deployed. And that’s why we’re having problems today.
Stethem disputed several claims made by Taser on medical evidence and safety connected to the device.
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