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Knife-Wielding Man Killed by NYPD After Pulling Out TASER Probes

October 04, 2010  | 


TASER electronic control devices usually employ charge diffusion probes that diffuse the electrical charge at the surface of the body. Image via TASER.

A knife-wielding man with a death wish who called 911 ranting, "I'm ready to kill some cops," was gunned down by police in front of his upper Manhattan home early Sunday.

Emmanuel Paulino, 24, shrugged off the TASER darts that cops first used outside his Inwood apartment building and lunged at officers, who fired at least nine times, killing him, police said.

"This is suicide by cop," a police source said last night.

Read Full Story at NYDailyNews.com


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LaVistaBill @ 10/4/2010 9:27 PM

Nothing has 100% take-down power except maybe a supersonic telephone pole!

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