Rogers, Arkansas, police chief Steve Helms has suspended Lt. David Mitchell for videotaping himself two years ago using a Taser on a cow and attempting to tase another cow but accidentally shocking himself and another man instead. Helms admits he and other high-ranking members of the department saw the video after it was completed but he didn't realize at the time Mitchell's actions may have been illegal or in violation of department policy. For some reason, he only figured that out after an animal rights group found out about the video.
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