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Reporters please note Zap Cane’s IP patent infringement on Glenn Willey’s Stun Cane Patent by PS Products, who claims their Zap Cane is patented. PS Products Zap Cane is only a Design Patent. The difference is big difference between a Utility Patent and aDesign Patent. Click on the links to see the difference.
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Sarasota Herld Tribune – Arc Angel Stun Cane Shocks Reporters with 1,000,000 Volts of Electricity
Yahoo! Finance News – Arc Angel Rolls Out Stun Canes for AARP Members, Senior Citizens and Baby Boomers
Dallas Morning News – AARP Members, Baby Boomers and Senior Citizens Have New Weapon Against Crime
Ft. Worth Star Telegram – Senior Citizens Get Handle on Crime with New Stun Cane Technology
Los Angeles Daily News – Arc Angels Rolls Out New Stun Can Technology for Senior Citizens
San Jose Mercury News – New Stun Gun Technology Helps Protect Senior Citizens
Arc Angel’s mission is to provide personal protection without the need for dangerous firearms that shoot bullets, preserve life, reduce personal injuries, decrease victim lawsuits and make homes, businesses and communities a safer place to live without fear. Stun guns save lives, time and money versus the use of lethal, projectile-based weapons.
Glenn Willey Arc Angel Industries
Mr. Willey is a specialty manufacturer of Tactical Stun Devices (TSD) and Conducted Electronic Weapons (CEW) for Homeland Security, DOD, Law Enforcement and Military organizations. Arc Angel ‘s tactical stun devices bridge the gap between tactical force and public safety. Arc Angel’s products offer the highest quality, durable, professional Tactical Stun Devices (TSD), which bring a non-lethal strategy to the arsenal of public policing. Not a weapon that shoots a bullet into a crowd of innocent bystanders. Unlike the Taser, Arc Angel’s stun devices do not shoot barbed electrodes that penetrate the skin. They do deliver over 1 million volts of safe power at ~ under 4 amps.
About Arc Angel Industries
Based in Northridge, CA, Arc Angel Industries is an American developer, manufacturer and distributor of the Stun Batons, Stun Canes, Stun Guns, Stun Pet Defenders, Stun Flashlights, Stun Walking Sticks and Tactical Stun Devices (TSD) that utilize Conductive Energy Device (CED) technology to protect consumers, law enforcement, homeland security, military personnel and international organizations from perpetrators, hostile aggressors and dangerous wildlife in the United States and international markets. Arc Angel is a leading worldwide provider of CED stun gun technology and was granted a U.S. utility patent #US8424548 in 2013 and has numerous other patents pending.
POTOMAC INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES AND SAFETY OF ELECTRICAL STUN DEVICES
The Effect of Less-Lethal Weapons on Injuries in Police Use-of-Force Events
Objectives. We investigated the effect of the use of less-lethal weapons, conductive energy devices (CEDs), and oleoresin capsicum (OC) spray on the prevalence and incidence of injuries to police officers and civilians in encounters involving the use of force.
Methods. We analyzed data from 12 police departments that documented injuries to officers and civilians in 24 380 cases. We examined monthly injury rates for 2 police departments before and after their adoption of CEDs.
Results. Odds of injury to civilians and officers were significantly lower when police used CED weapons, after control for differences in case attributes and departmental policies restricting use of these weapons. Monthly incidence of injury in 2 police departments declined significantly, by 25% to 62%, after adoption of CED devices.
Conclusions. Injuries sustained during police use-of-force events affect thousands of police officers and civilians in the United States each year. Incidence of these injuries can be reduced dramatically when law enforcement agencies responsibly employ less-lethal weapons in lieu of physical force.
John M. MacDonald, PhD, Robert J. Kaminski, PhD, and Michael R. Smith, JD, PhD
USE OF TASERS™ BY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES: An AMA report finds that tasers™, when used appropriately, can save lives during interventions that would have otherwise involved the use of deadly force.
“While tasers™ can help law enforcement officers, proper use must be ensured through specific guidelines, rigorous training and an accountability system,” said AMA Board Member Joseph Annis, M.D. “There should also be a standardized approach to the medical evaluation of subjects exposed to tasers™.”
Lisa Lecas AMA Media Relations
Positive reports for “Arc Angel®” type CEWs
The current human literature has not found evidence of dangerous laboratory abnormalities, physiologic changes, or immediate or delayed cardiac ischemia or dysrhythmias after exposure to CEW electrical discharges of up to 15 s. Therefore, the current medical literature does not support routine performance of laboratory studies, ECGs, or prolonged ED observation or hospitalization for ongoing cardiac monitoring after CEW exposure in an otherwise asymptomatic awake and alert patient.
Note the negatives associated with the “Taser™ “Probes…
The other technique is the “probe mode,” which uses two sharp metal darts that are shot from a distance into the subject or the subject’s clothing, causing energy to arc a greater distance across the two probes. If there is enough of a probe spread, generalized muscle contraction, sometimes termed “neuromuscular incapacitation,” is produced. This may result in the subject falling if he or she is in a standing position. There are case reports of injuries sustained directly from the darts, such as ocular, skull, or genital penetration.[21,22] Other case reports of spinal compression fractures, presumably from intense muscle contractions of the back musculature in subjects with osteopenia, have been documented.[23,24] There are no studies demonstrating the effects on pregnant women, so physicians will need to make clinical decisions on the need for fetal assessment and monitoring based on the type of CEW use, location, and patient presentation.
Gary M. Vilke, MD, William P. Bozeman, MD, Theodore C. Chan, MD