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Civil Rights – Excessive Force – Taser Device – Supervisory Liability (access required)

A plaintiff who alleges he was injured by defendant police officer's improper use of a Taser X26 to subdue plaintiff when he was apparently deranged and refused for two hours to come out of waist-deep water in the Potomac River, cannot sue the police chief for supervisory liability for violation of plaintiff's civil rights. The facts ...

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