64-year-old Peter McFarland and his wife was returning from a charity fund raiser in when Peter fell down a couple of stairs outside his own house in Marin County, California.
He had problems getting up and inside the house so his wife called paramedics to help him.
They came and helped him, but when Peter was safe inside the house two police officers stormed the house in a sudden way like there was a fire or something dangerous going on inside.
First they scared the himself, the wife and their dog, and afterwards they pointed a taser gun to his chest and forced him to go with them to the hospital because they said that he had suicidal thoughts.
Peter gets upset and ask them to get out of his house, he also asks them not to point their taser on him because he has a heart condition.
Unfortunately the police officers didn’t listen to him and tasered him three times while he was rolling around in pain.
McFarland’s attorney thinks that there’s got to be a problem in terms of training and supervising deputy sheriffs in the Marin County, because such behavior is just shocking.
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