sprayed some of the students in the stands with pepper spray.
A guy said that no one has ever died from pepper spray,is this true or has somebody died from it?
Family Law Attorney
This is not a legal question. I am not sure how attorneys would know if anyone has died from pepper spray or not.
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Car / Auto Accident Lawyer
This does seem like a legal question. Search a medical forum and post the question there.
DUI / DWI Attorney
Pepper spray is usually not deadly, but it can be.
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There have been some publicized deaths due to pepper spray, raising questions as to whether its use is a civil rights violation (excessive force). A quick internet search reveals that death is possible in certain circumstances.
In recent news, a civil suit is pending on this very matter:
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