Bendemeer police shooting: How Tasers work and why they sometimes fail to subdue subjects
SINGAPORE - A 64-year-old man wielding a knife continued to advance towards police officers despite the officers firing three Taser shots at him at Block 33 Bendemeer Road on Wednesday (March 23).
As the officers sensed an imminent threat to their safety, one of them shot Ng Eng Kui in the chest with his pistol.
Auto, H. (2022c, March 24). Bendemeer police shooting: How Tasers work and why they sometimes fail to subdue subjects. The Straits Times. https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/bendemeer-police-shooting-how-tasers-work-and-why-they-sometimes-fail-to-subdue-subjects