When Antonio Wheeler was arrested on drug charges, he allegedly told Orlando police officers he had used cocaine. He was then taken to Florida Hospital, where he was asked for a urine sample. He refused, so he was handcuffed and strapped to a bed, and hospital staff tried to forcibly catheterize him. When he struggled, Officer Peter Linnenkamp reportedly jumped on the bed and kneeled with both knees on Wheeler's chest. When that didn't subdue him, Linnenkamp hit him twice with 50,000 volts from a Taser. Wheeler then agreed to give a urine sample.
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