I'm disappointed but not surprised at how many willfully ignorant comments were made yesterday in response to this article. Asking for the same human-centric sentence structure to be applied to police officers' actions which are applied to suspects' actions is not "street lingo". If it is said that a "suspect stabbed the officer with a knife" and not "a sharp object was deployed", then it should likewise be stated that an "officer used a taser against the suspect" and not "conducive energy weapons were deployed". It's not too much to ask for fair and equitable subject-verb sentence structure.
Please explain the inappropriate content below.