VIDEO: Woman Brutally Tased By Police For Trying To Buy iPhones

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50,000 volt shock for not obeying orders she could not understand

Steve Watson

A Chinese woman living in Massachusetts was tased repeatedly by police at a mall after store owners called police when she attempted to buy more than one iPhone as gifts for her family.

WMUR news reports that 44-year-old Xiaojie Li was visiting the mall in Nashua, New Hampshire, last week to buy christmas presents, but ran into trouble at the Apple store.

Li, who cannot speak English very well, was confused when workers refused to allow her to buy more than two iPhones. According to her daughter, Li recorded video of other customers buying multiple iPhones, prompting Apple staff to ask her to leave.

According to Nashua police, the store notified them of the incident and requested a no-trespass order.

When Li returned to the store Tuesday and attempted once more to buy several iPhones, police were called to the scene.

Her daughter told WMUR, “My mom says she doesn’t know why they called the police because she doesn’t understand what they are talking about.”

“The manager of Apple store came and told her something but she doesn’t understand,” the daughter added.

Police claim she then resisted arrest, forcing them to use a taser on her. Onlookers captured the incident on a camera phone. Li can be seen writhing on the ground as the cracking electricity of the taser causes her to scream.

Watch the video:

“My mom’s just really upset because she’s in a different country (and) nobody’s helping her. She doesn’t understand any English,” Li’s daughter said.

Li was charged with criminal trespass and resisting arrest, and will appear in court in January.

As we continually note, incidents like this involving police using tasers are occurring everyday, despite the fact that the weapons are designed only to be used as a last resort before lethal action.

It is clear that police are now being trained to use tasers on anyone who does not follow orders or resists them in any fashion. The fact that Li could not understand their orders clearly had no bearing for police in this instance, and may have even exacerbated the situation and made them reach for a taser even sooner.

As we reported recently, two police officers in Texas tasered a man who was having a seizure, merely because he was not responding to their orders. The shock from the weapon caused the 50-year-old to suffer a heart attack and permanent brain damage. The cops were so ill equipped to deal with the situation, that they just broke out tasers and shocked a man who was already convulsing on the ground.

It took paramedics 11 minutes to revive the man and bring back his pulse. It is a miracle he is still alive, though he will now have to live with severe disabilities for the rest of his life.

Last month it was revealed that a Los Angeles woman who was stopped by police had a heart attack and almost died after the officers tasered her when she refused to allow them to search through her personal belongings.

Despite Taser International’s claims to the contrary, numerous studies over recent years have proven that Taser stun guns can cause heart problems and even induce sudden and lethal cardiac arrest.

Yesterday we reported on an ongoing case involving a brutal taser incident. Police attorneys are arguing that it is constitutional to force people into obedience with a taser, and that shocking “suspects” who do not comply, even at point blank range, and even if they are already subdued or in custody, constitutes use of the Taser “in the manner in which (it) was intended to be used”.

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  1. Peter January 7, 2013 at 11:42 am - Reply

    I find the story amusing, living in china myself i know that no one would have helped the lady even when bleeding on the street after being hit by a bus. Wonder what the chinese police what do if you disobeyed their orders???

    People over here in China point fingers at foreigners and laugh about them (we are furry monkeys), funny how the viewpoint changes once they travel oversea.

    So, bravo New Hampshire police, you did the right thing, i watch this movie over and over again.

  2. ravenmaven December 15, 2012 at 3:16 am - Reply

    Regardless of whether she was an exporter or not,the use of tasers by the police was unwarranted!!!! The police thugs are out of control and must be stopped. We are near
    to being a police state as is imaginable. They could have handled this another way but
    chose to make an example of her…like the good little fascist pigs are trained to do.

  3. ARIZONA December 15, 2012 at 2:03 am - Reply

    IF STUPID WERE AIRPLANES,americans would have several in their drive way,anyone who thinks its OK to tazer someone into complience,needs to have one of these stuck up there ass till the battery goes dead,THE PRESIDENT OF CHINA IS HOPPING MAD ABOUT THE TREATMENT OF HIS PEOPLE HERE IN AMERICA,my guess is a lot of americans in china will pay with there life for this,and soon the chinese army in mexico will be crossing the border into the USA,at which point in time ,paybacks will begin,THIS WILL BE the first time in the history of america,WHEN BEING STUPID has caused the death of so many people,the chinese are not happy watching the police gang tazering their citizans,watch the youtube videos of the chinese bragging about there invasion of america,you pigs are screwed,and to stupid to know it……….

    • Peter January 7, 2013 at 11:45 am - Reply

      Hey Arizona Fenquing, you are the kind lunar faced guy i love to call Laowai when i seeing on civilized soil in the western world, your comment is just amusing 😉 And who owns the island ???

  4. gary December 14, 2012 at 12:52 am - Reply

    So at least two big well trained police officer tase a 120 pound little lady. I’d say the police officers are pussies. How about these guys man up and work thru the information with out escalating to violence. Tasers have been known to cause heart problems, they are NOT NON LETHAL, there are considered “LESS LETHAL THAN SHOOTING SOMEONE WITH A GUN”. A study by the American Heart Association published in May 2012 reports that there have been 500 deaths associated with being TASERED since 2001. Google ACLU Criminal Law Review by Rebecca McCray “Tasers No Longer a Non-Lethal Alternative for Law Enforcement” to read the latest on Taser related Deaths.

    There is no mention in this article that the store has a “MAXIMUM” limit on items to be sold to one person. Making an assumption that an Oriental is going to export product to Asia to make a profit is “RACIAL PROFILING”.

    I’ve had two Apple I phones and both of them were junk and have operational temp limits of 95 deg F. Google that for your self it is listed right on the Apple I phone specification. Over here in Arizona we have at least 100 days of over 100 deg F. After studying the Apple specs I bought a higher temperature rated Motorola Droid Razr Max with 2 X the battery life. Not likely I’ll be buying any more Apple products.

  5. aj weishar December 13, 2012 at 9:59 pm - Reply

    There may be more to the story than what’s on the surface. U.S. Apple stores have a minimum purchase rule to stop exporters who send the products to Asia and sell them at a huge profit. Apple keeps kind of quiet about it to minimize the negative publicity. Based on the store’s strong reaction to Ms. Li, I’m guessing they recognize her as an exporter, not a casual customer.

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