Ready, Aim, Fire--Again

Briscoe, Daren
September 2005
Newsweek;9/5/2005, Vol. 146 Issue 9/10, p42
Reports on the status of Taser International Inc., the world's largest manufacturer of electric stun guns. Description of a tour of the hi-tech manufacturing plant in Arizona; Comments from Taser's CEO Tom Smith; How the company is coping with lawsuits filed against it for wrongful deaths; Discussion of its troubles with the Securities & Exchange Commission and its ongoing investigation; How a Chicago coroner has connected the Taser to a death.


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