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Police will seek state OK on use of Tasers

Stun guns save lives, officials say; critics see needless deaths

By Janice O'Leary
Globe Correspondent / April 15, 2007

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The last time a Cambridge police officer fired a bullet in service was in 2002, according to the Police Department. And some city officials have said that the man who died as a result might still be alive if he'd instead been zapped with a Taser. (Full article: 901 words)

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