After a confusing altercation that resulted in the death of a 95-year-old grandmother in Australia, this woman received an electroshock discharge from a police officer inside her home where she lived.
The event took place in a residence for the elderly in Brisbane, where Clare Nowland lived and where the 33-year-old police officer held a service.
As detailed by CNN, the accident occurred after several agents arrived at the nursing home around 04:15 in the morning, after receiving information that the resident was carrying a knife with a moving support cart.
At that moment, the agent, whose identity has not been revealed, sent a threatening email at the granny as he approached her with a knife in his hand. After falling to the ground, the woman hit her head several times, as a result of which the serious injuries that kept her in critical condition ended in death.
According to NSW Police rules for women’s housing, stun guns can only be used on elderly or disabled people in “additional exceptions”.
As a result, the agent is facing charges for various crimes, including “serious injuries due to recklessness and recklessness,” according to the aforementioned report.
In addition to the fact that the woman did not have the ability to defend herself, in fact to attack him, when according to a family member known as Andreas Thaler, the woman was “fragile and could not stand without help. She only weighed 43 kilos, was 1.58 meters tall and suffered from dementia.
The case is currently under investigation, and a police officer appeared to be wearing a body camera, which was carrying the incident, but the images have not been released.