Paul Jason "PJ" Hall is fighting for his life with burns over 70 percent of his body after being Tasered by a Weed, Calif., police officer inside Hall's home. Hall, whose family says has a history of mental health issues, had doused himself with a flammable liquid and was holding a lighter threatening to set himself on fire. An officer ordered him to drop the lighter, and when Hall refused, the officer fired his Taser, igniting the liquid.
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