Don't Taser (Or Taze) Me Bro.
It can be used
as a response to almost anything.
student with a history of taping his own practical jokes
by campus police and arrested after loudly
and repeatedly trying to ask U.S. Senator John Kerry questions during a campus forum.
Meyer, 21, spent a night
in jail before his release Tuesday morning. His attorney, Robert Griscti, did not return messages seeking comment.
of the Monday night
incident, posted on several Web sites and played repeatedly on television news, show officers
pulling Meyer away from
the microphone after he asks
Kerry about impeaching President Bush and whether he and Bush were both members
of the secret society Skull and Bones at Yale University
"He apparently asked
several questions—he went on for quite awhile—then he was asked
Orlando said. "He had used
time. His microphone was cut off, then he became upset."
As two officers
take Meyer by the arms, Kerry, D-Mass., can be heard saying, "That's alright, let me answer his question."
applaud, and Meyer struggles for several seconds as up to four officers
try to remove
the room. Meyer screams for help and tries to break away from officers
, then is forced to the ground and officers
order him to stop
As Kerry tells the audience he will answer the student's "very important
question," Meyer yells at the officers
to release him, crying out, "Don't Tase me, bro," just before he is shocked by the Taser. He is then led from
the room, screaming, "What did I do?"