The dead: – One word made a fuss

The dead: – One word made a fuss

95-year-old Australian Claire Nuland has died after being shot with a stun gun by Australian police, causing a strong reaction and international headlines.

Now, a statement from the Australian police has sparked the fire again.

A woman wrote in response to a police report that was posted on Facebook.

Many have not backed down from their criticism of the NSW Police Station.

Another comment reads “Amazing brain death hypocrisy from the police.”

Claire (95) shot from a stun gun – dead


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This was the statement made by the police after the death:

“It is with great sadness that we confirm the death of 95-year-old Claire Noland in Coma this evening. Mrs. Noland passed away peacefully in hospital shortly after 1pm. 19.00 tonight, surrounded by family and loved ones who have asked for privacy during this sad and difficult time.”

“Our thoughts and condolences go out to those who were fortunate enough to know, love and cherish Mrs. Nowland during a life of family, kindness and community.”

And there is one word in particular that gets people to react.

– the curse.

Knowland died in hospital on Wednesday, a week after an Australian police officer shot her with a Taser.

Police were called to the nursing home, where the 95-year-old was staying, after reports emerged that she had been given a steak knife.

Nowland suffered from dementia, and walked with a walker. After the incident, the police said that they moved towards the police at a “slow speed”, which would have serious consequences.

according to The Daily Telegraph The other police officer at the scene is said to have told his female colleague that she “could take the knife from her”.

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“No, screw it up,” the policeman is said to have said, before firing the stun gun, according to the paper.

The 95-year-old was hit twice with an electric shock weapon, before she fell and fractured her skull. She was taken to the hospital, where she died.

Death: Claire Nowland, 95, died on Wednesday, a week after she was fatally shot by police with a taser.  Photo taken in 2008. Photo: Australian Broadcasting Corp / AP / NTB.

Death: Claire Nowland, 95, died on Wednesday, a week after she was fatally shot by police with a taser. Photo taken in 2008. Photo: Australian Broadcasting Corp / AP / NTB.
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creates feedback

It was not possible to leave comments on the post, but that hasn’t stopped hundreds of Australians taking to the internet to criticize the police.

There was one detail in particular, or rather one word, that set their minds on fire.

“According to the NSW Police, being struck with a stun gun is like walking away in peace,” said one angry commenter.

Another Australian described the use of the word “appalling”, while another said the description was “disgusting”.

Australian news site News.com He has tried to contact NSW Police for comment. Police say they cannot comment on the case as it is still under investigation.

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