A WREXHAM man who stashed a stun
gun in his washbag yesterday escaped spending NewYear in jail.
Police discovered that Hall was carrying what could be described as sundry rape tools: a stun
gun, a knife, pepper spray, an expandable baton, brass knuckles, and three sets of handcuffs.
guns are illegal in Britain but Raptors can be bought on the streets for as little as pounds 50
Mark Hollier, prosecuting, said that there was no 'legitimate' use of stun
guns and they were prohibited in the UK under section five of the Firearms Act.
Flight attendants will also be trained in self-defence and helping passengers in the event of a terrorist attack but will not be trained to use the advanced Taser stun
guns, which will be kept in locked boxes in the cockpit.
A federal judge in January issued an injunction against the Los Angeles County Sheriffs' Department, barring deputies from using stun
belts raise a number of interesting moral issues, in part because, for some of us, they call forth conflicting moral intuitions.
So-called kinetic munitions, such as bean bags, rubber bullets, and bundles of small wooden batons, all of which are fired from a gun to stun
people or knock them clown, date from that era.
One company the report cites is ArianneInternational of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, which makes the "Myotron" -- a compact version of the stun
gun "available in pearl, black, or white," a salesperson tells me over the telephone.
It was destined for Davies' work address in West Sussex where police found 13 other stun
guns inside a suspended ceiling and two in the boot of his car.
Jaime Caetano said during her trial that she showed her ex-boyfriend the stun
gun and he then left her alone.
When officers arrived they were told he had a stun
gun with him and that he had gone to the pub.