Crime

Cop Fired for Refusing to be Shot with Taser

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Former Ohio Sheriff's Deputy Ray Robert is suing his police department after he was fired for refusing to be shot with a taser. As a matter of policy, every sheriff in the field is required to tased once in order to understand the weapon's effect, but Robert, who has a medical condition he fears would be aggravated by the shock, refused to participate and was subsequently dismissed.

Was Robert's firing fair? Fox News discusses: