A Chicago police sergeant Tasered a guy who was high on meth. The guy died.
The Cook County medical examiner ruled that what killed the man was the Taser jolt. The Taser company doesn't like this ruling because they sell Tasers as non-lethal weapons. So it's the wrong kind of publicity.
Their theory is that he wouldn't have died if he weren't high on meth, which already had his heart beating funny.
The medical examiner's theory is that he was already high on meth, and his heart was still beating - until he got Tasered.
Shall we assign complicity
To the jolt of electricity?
Or was it really death