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Concord police stun, arrest gun rights protester after officer touched on shoulder | New Hampshire NEWS07

June 19, 2013 Featured, Gun Control, Politics 2 Comments

CONCORD — A man was arrested and two people, including a Concord police officer, were allegedly assaulted during a rally Tuesday in a clash between a gun control group and gun rights supporters.The event had people supporting the Mayors Against Illegal Guns movement, founded by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, reading the names of those “killed with guns” since the Dec. 14 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary outside their “No More Names” bus.

Several witnesses said that a man approached and shouted at John Cantin of Manchester, whose daughter, Missy Charbonneau, was shot and killed in 2009 by her husband.Witnesses said Daniel Musso, 52, of Brentwood was asked by police to move. He placed his hand on an officer, was tasered and arrested.

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  • EdRobin FerrariJr

    Lucky it wasn’t me he tasered ,because when they would release me from jail the officer who used deadly force with that taser would be dead !

    • DigitheadRex

      Not a good plan. If a cop uses excessive force, file a complaint. if the department won’t address it with an investigation, file a lawsuit. We are a nation of laws, not one of vendetta. Police departments don’t want cowboy cops in their ranks. It makes them look bad and it makes it just that much harder to defuse bad situations.

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