Diabetico tasered, electrocutado, por policia en Chicago
Prospero Lassi de Chicago sufrio un ataque diabetico, su amigo llamo
al 911, arribaron policias y mientras Lassi se convulsionaba, sus
brazos golpearon a uno de los oficiales de la ley que respondio
electrocutandolo por cerca de 1 minuto.
El Sr Lassi estuvo hospitalizado 5 dias y no pudo trabajar por 3 meses
como consecuencia de los toques electricos. Su estado de salud ha sido
En este Nuevo Orden Mundial todos somos criminales y por eso nos
aplican fuerza letal, ahi tienen los retenes militares de Calderon,
donde los soldados asesinan familias; y ahora Marcelo Ebrard trae esta
"maravilla" de los tasers al Distrito Federal.
Cop Went Wild With Taser, Diabetic Says
Courthouse News Service
Friday, Jan 1st, 2010
A suburban Chicago police officer Tasered a man 11 times while he was
having a diabetic seizure, and the 56 seconds of needlessly inflicted
electric shock, "inflicted … while he was lying unresponsive on the
floor of his bedroom, permanently scarred [him] and caused him
neurological damage that has not abated," the man claims in Chicago
Prospero Lassi says he suffered a diabetes-induced seizure at home on
April 9. His roommate called 911, and police from LaGrange Park and
Brookfield responded, with EMTs from LaGrange Park.
Lassi says his roommate explained to police that he was having a
diabetic seizure. Lassi "was not alert and could not move his body."
When the EMTs asked the cops to help them move Lassi from where he was
lying on the floor, Lassi says, one of his "arms flailed during his
diabetes-induced seizure, striking one of the LaGrange and Brookfield
defendants. At no time did Mr. Lassi intentionally strike or
offensively touch any of the LaGrange or Brookfield defendants."
Lassi says LaGrange Park Officer Darren Pedota responded by Tasering
him 11 times, for nearly a minute, as he lay helpless.
He was hospitalized for 5 days, and was unable to work for 3 months
because of the attack, "and his quality of life has suffered
substantially," Lassi says.
"At no time did Mr. Lassi do anything to warrant the use of force