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They decided to phone for help when Sherman bit his fiancée and tried to jump out of the moving car.“I couldn’t keep him in the car -- he didn’t know where he was and was disoriented,” Sherman's father, Kevin, told the Times.
“I couldn’t keep him in the car by myself, so we needed to call for medical assistance.”The video they recorded shows officers striking a handcuffed Sherman repeatedly with their Tasers as he resists.
That's a total of 47 seconds of shock time from one device, including a single strike that lasted 17 seconds.
The other deputy used his stun gun six times in just over four minutes, a total of 29 seconds of electrocution.On Friday, The New York Times published police body camera footage, which captures the final chaotic moments of the 32-year-old's life.The video, recorded last November, shows deputies with Georgia's Coweta County Sheriff's Department trying to restrain Sherman as he struggles in the back seat of a rental car.They apply both direct contact drive-stun shocks, as well as longer range probe strikes, which pump 50,000 volts of electricity into the target through metal prongs.A Taser clicks once more, as Sherman lies face down in the footwell of the back seat.They may, however, be compared with other bears in terms of intelligence. Lun Lun and Yang Yang were born at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in China and arrived at Zoo Atlanta in 1999.