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TORONTO —  Canada has enacted a new policy that restricts federal police from using stun guns against suspects who resist arrest or refuse to cooperate.  The policy comes after an analysis from The Canadian Press found that three out of every four zapped suspects were unarmed.  At least 20 Canadians have died from the use of stun guns; Federal police officers used the guns more than 5,000 times over the last seven years.

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