Only at Digital Gym CINEMA in North Park. 2921 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92104. Off 805 Freeway on corner of 30th Street and El Cajon Blvd.
REMAINING SHOWTIMES: Sunday, December 6: 4:30, Monday, December 7: 5:15, Tuesday, December 8: 3:00, Thursday, December 10: 2:15
$11 General Admission / $8.50 Students & Seniors / $7.50 Members. Tickets available at box office or on line at: http://digitalgym.org/buy-tickets/
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Hundreds of deaths. Zero oversight. In the early 2000s, brothers Tom and Rick Smith revolutionized policing by marketing the Taser to law enforcement agencies. This supposedly safe alternative to handguns was supposed to curb the use of deadly force—so why have over 500 people died from Taser-related injuries since? At a time when questions about police methods are at the forefront of the national dialogue, Killing Them Safely brings together startling archival footage and eye-opening interviews with experts on both sides of the debate to shed much-needed light on an urgent issue.
As we engage in the dialogue of taser deaths in the Digital Gym Cinema‘s premiere of “Killing Them Safely”
Let us remember those killed- many unarmed- by tasers in SD County,
*Nazario J. Solorio – #TasedtoDEATH by Escondido PD on 6/2/2005 at 38 yrs old, was unarmed
*Martin Mendoza -#TasedtoDEATH by SD Sheriff on 2/18/2007 at 43 yrs old, was unarmed
*Mario Antonio Gastelum – #TasedtoDEATH by SDPD on 7/22/1987 at 24 yrs old, was unarmed
*Joshua Hollander – #TasedtoDEATH by SDPD on 5/10/2003 at 22 yrs old, was unarmed
*Robert Camba- #TasedtoDEATH by SDPD on 2/12/2005 at 45 yrs old, was unarmed
*Edmund “Bubba” Gutierrez- #TasedtoDEATH in Imperial County PD on 7/5/2010 at 22 yrs old, was unarmed
*Guadalupe Zavala -#TasedtoDEATH SDPD on 8/16/2008 at 87 yrs old, was unarmed