So we don't have to explore why a taser was necessary in a custodial situation with an unarmed man.
We just accept that part and move on.
Shooting an unarmed man already in your custody was just an "honest mistake" no harm, no foul.
They were searching the man and he dropped a small amount of drugs and tried to hide it with his foot.
The officer then attacked him and "a struggle ensued" supposedly necessitating the use of a taser.
You just don't.
Nurses, therapists and teachers deal with worse daily without tasing or shooting anyone.
Especially when you know that your violence is inherently protected and theirs is inherently illegal.
EVERYONE'S safety and life.
Police are just deadly ones.