95-year-old Australian woman dies after police shoot her with stun gun; officer faces charges (apnews.com)

A 95-year-old Australian woman has died a week after a police officer shot her with a stun gun in a nursing home as she moved toward him using a walker and carrying a steak knife, in a tragedy that has outraged many Australians. Clare Nowland, who had dementia, had been hospitalized since her skull was fractured when she fell on May 17 after Constable Kristian White shocked her with a stun gun. Police announced her death hours after reporting that White has been ordered to appear in court on assault and other charges. The charges are likely to be upgraded following her death.

Did he think he couldn’t subdue a 95 year old woman?


Chief Justice

Posted by Chickie Fillette

RANK: Chief Justice

UPVote if you like this

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *