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Taser use sparks investigation, spotlights excessive force

Courtesy photo | National Park Service In the 9-minute, 15-second footage released by the National Park Service, this video grab shows a park ranger shooting Darrell House with a Taser. By Colleen Keane Special to the Times ALBUQUERQUE During a walk at the Petroglyph National Monument two days after Christmas, Darrell House, Diné/Oneida, was repeatedly stun-gunned by a park ranger for not following park rules. At least two videos were taken of the incident (they should come with warnings – they’re that

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Taser use sparks investigation, spotlights excessive force

Video: Marine veteran tased, handcuffed by park ranger after walking off park trail

LAPD officers give a demonstration of tactics and policies used while operating tasers. (Los Angeles Times/TNS) An Indigenous former Marine was walking his dog with his sister in a New Mexico national park when he was tased by a park ranger after going off trail. Later identified as Darrell House, the veteran and Oneida and Navajo tribes member joined his sister on a walk near the Petroglyph National Monument where he frequently goes to meditate and pray, The New York Post reported. In a video that circulated

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Video: Marine veteran tased, handcuffed by park ranger after walking off park trail

National Park Service releases video involving tasing of visitor

This still photo taken from body-cam video provided by the National Park Service shows a ranger firing a Taser at a man Sunday in Petroglyph National Monument outside Albuquerque. The National Park Service says the man who was tased during a confrontation with the park ranger was seen climbing on and among petroglyph cliff features off-trail. ALBUQUERQUE – A man who was tased during a confrontation with a ranger at a national monument in New Mexico was seen climbing on and among petroglyph cliff features off-trail

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National Park Service releases video involving tasing of visitor

Body-cam video shows man tased by park ranger in New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE (AP) — A Native American man who was tased during a confrontation with a ranger at a national monument in New Mexico was seen climbing on and among petroglyph cliff features off-trail in violation of park regulations, according to the National Park Service. The federal agency late Tuesday released more details and video of the interaction between the ranger and Darrell House, saying an investigation is ongoing. The video shows the ranger telling House that Native American tribes from the area consider

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Body-cam video shows man tased by park ranger in New Mexico

National park ranger condemned for attacking unarmed Indigenous man on sacred native land

Darrell House, an Indigenous man and Marine Corps veteran, was tasered by a National Park Service ranger on December 27, 2020 in New Mexico's Petroglyph National Monument after he walked off a trail and failed to cooperate with the ranger's requests. (Photo: Darrell House/Instagram) Indigenous and wilderness conservation groups were among those on Wednesday responding with outrage to video of a National Park Service ranger tasering an unarmed Indigenous man after he walked off a trail in Petroglyph National

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National park ranger condemned for attacking unarmed Indigenous man on sacred native land

Park Ranger repeatedly tases Native American man in disturbing video

The Native American man had no weapons on him or posed any threat but the Park Ranger can be seen attacking him with his stun gun. By sethuraman s December 31, 2020 Share On Trigger warning: This article contains graphic visuals that may disturb readers. Disturbing footage has emerged of a Native American man being violently tased by a park ranger for stepping off the trail in an incident in New Mexico. Darrell House, who is Oneida and Navajo, was out on a walk with his sister and his dog at Petroglyph National

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Park Ranger repeatedly tases Native American man in disturbing video

US Park Service releases video involving tasing of visitor

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A man who was tased during a confrontation with a ranger at a national monument in New Mexico was seen climbing on and among petroglyph cliff features off-trail in violation of park regulations, according to the National Park Service. The federal agency late Tuesday released more details and video of the interaction between the ranger and Darrell House, saying an investigation is ongoing. The video shows the ranger telling House that Native American tribes from the area consider Petroglyph

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US Park Service releases video involving tasing of visitor

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AP-US-NATIONAL-PARK-VISITOR-TASED ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The National Park Service says a man who was tased during a confrontation with a park ranger in New Mexico was seen climbing on and among petroglyph cliff features off-trail. The federal agency released video late Tuesday of the interaction between the ranger and Darrell House, saying an investigation is ongoing. The video shows the ranger telling House that Native American tribes from the area consider Petroglyph National Monument as sacred and that

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The National Park Service is investigating a video that shows a park ranger using a Taser on a Native American man who strayed off a marked trail

National Parks Service Darrell House at Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Body camera footage of a park ranger using a Taser on a man identified as Darrell House at Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was released by the National Parks Service this week. The National Parks Service said it is investigating the incident. The agency said in a statement that House and his sister were walking among "petroglyph features off trail" on a "protected, sacred, archaeological

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The National Park Service is investigating a video that shows a park ranger using a Taser on a Native American man who strayed off a marked trail

Native American tased by park ranger after going off-trail & refusing to show ID

RT published this video item, entitled “Native American tased by park ranger after going off-trail & refusing to show ID” – below is their description. An investigation has been launched after Darrell House, a man with Native American heritage, was repeatedly tasered by a park ranger at a national monument in New Mexico for going off-trail and refusing to show identification. Darrell House, who is a Marine veteran, said that he came to Albuquerque’s Petroglyph National Monument to pray and went off the

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Native American tased by park ranger after going off-trail & refusing to show ID

Tasing of Native American Male at Petroglyph National Monument Draws Attention of Members of Congress

ALBUQUERQUE — What started as a Sunday walk at Petroglyph National Monument by a Navajo/Oneida man ended in a confrontation with a National Park Service ranger that left the Native man screaming on the ground after he had been tased multiple times. The incident has drawn the attention of several members of Congress. Within the grounds of Petroglyph National Monument is one of the country’s largest petroglyph sites that features designs and symbols carved into rocks by American Indians and Spanish settlers.

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Tasing of Native American Male at Petroglyph National Monument Draws Attention of Members of Congress

National Park Service investigating video of ranger tasing park visitor at New Mexico monument

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A man who was tased during a confrontation with a ranger at a national monument in New Mexico was seen climbing on and among petroglyph cliff features off-trail in violation of park regulations, according to the National Park Service. The federal agency released more details and video of the interaction between the ranger and Darrell House late Wednesday, saying an investigation is ongoing. The video shows the ranger telling House that Native American tribes from the area consider Petroglyph

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National Park Service investigating video of ranger tasing park visitor at New Mexico monument

US Park Service releases video involving tasing of visitor

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The National Park Service says a man who was tased during a confrontation with a park ranger in New Mexico was seen climbing on and among petroglyph cliff features off-trail. The federal agency released video of the interaction between the ranger and Darrell House late Wednesday, saying an investigation is ongoing. The video shows the ranger telling House that Native American tribes from the area consider Petroglyph National Monument as sacred and that visitors are supposed to stay

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US Park Service releases video involving tasing of visitor

Bodycam shows man lied, resisted Park Police for 7 minutes before tasing

© Russell Contreras/AP In this March 21, 2020, photo, petroglyphs at the Petroglyph National Monument, one of the largest petroglyph sites in North America, are shown in Albuquerque, N.M. There is controversy over a police tasing there on Sunday. A day after news media expressed shock over a video of a man in a New Mexico national park being tased by a U.S. Park Police officer, expanded footage revealed today showed the victim lying and refusing police orders for seven minutes. In the expanded footage, Darrell

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Bodycam shows man lied, resisted Park Police for 7 minutes before tasing

National Park Service investigates video showing a ranger Tasering a Native American man walking his dog off-trail

FILE - In this May 20, 2012 file photo, people line the fence line at the Petroglyph National Monument near Albuquerque, N.M., to watch the annular solar eclipse. Darrell House was walking through the Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque on Sunday with his dog and his sister when he strayed off the marked trail. House, who identifies as Native American, says that he's often done so in the past to pray on land he considers his ancestral home. This time, though, he was confronted by a National Park Service

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National Park Service investigates video showing a ranger Tasering a Native American man walking his dog off-trail

National Park Service investigates video showing a ranger Tasering a Native American man walking his dog off-trail

FILE - In this May 20, 2012 file photo, people line the fence line at the Petroglyph National Monument near Albuquerque, N.M., to watch the annular solar eclipse. Darrell House was walking through the Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque on Sunday with his dog and his sister when he strayed off the marked trail. House, who identifies as Native American, says that he's often done so in the past to pray on land he considers his ancestral home. This time, though, he was confronted by a National Park Service

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National Park Service investigates video showing a ranger Tasering a Native American man walking his dog off-trail

National Park Service investigates video showing a ranger Tasering a Native American man walking his dog off-trail

FILE - In this May 20, 2012 file photo, people line the fence line at the Petroglyph National Monument near Albuquerque, N.M., to watch the annular solar eclipse. Darrell House was walking through the Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque on Sunday with his dog and his sister when he strayed off the marked trail. House, who identifies as Native American, says that he's often done so in the past to pray on land he considers his ancestral home. This time, though, he was confronted by a National Park Service

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National Park Service investigates video showing a ranger Tasering a Native American man walking his dog off-trail

National Park Service investigates video showing a ranger Tasering a Native American man walking his dog off-trail

FILE - In this May 20, 2012 file photo, people line the fence line at the Petroglyph National Monument near Albuquerque, N.M., to watch the annular solar eclipse. Darrell House was walking through the Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque on Sunday with his dog and his sister when he strayed off the marked trail. House, who identifies as Native American, says that he's often done so in the past to pray on land he considers his ancestral home. This time, though, he was confronted by a National Park Service

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National Park Service investigates video showing a ranger Tasering a Native American man walking his dog off-trail

National Park Service investigates video showing a ranger Tasering a Native American man walking his dog off-trail

FILE - In this May 20, 2012 file photo, people line the fence line at the Petroglyph National Monument near Albuquerque, N.M., to watch the annular solar eclipse. Darrell House was walking through the Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque on Sunday with his dog and his sister when he strayed off the marked trail. House, who identifies as Native American, says that he's often done so in the past to pray on land he considers his ancestral home. This time, though, he was confronted by a National Park Service

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National Park Service investigates video showing a ranger Tasering a Native American man walking his dog off-trail

National Park Service investigates video showing a ranger Tasering a Native American man walking his dog off-trail

FILE - In this May 20, 2012 file photo, people line the fence line at the Petroglyph National Monument near Albuquerque, N.M., to watch the annular solar eclipse. Darrell House was walking through the Petroglyph National Monument in Albuquerque on Sunday with his dog and his sister when he strayed off the marked trail. House, who identifies as Native American, says that he's often done so in the past to pray on land he considers his ancestral home. This time, though, he was confronted by a National Park Service

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National Park Service investigates video showing a ranger Tasering a Native American man walking his dog off-trail