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What Killed Michael Clark?
The official Travis Co. autopsy doesn't tell the whole story
"...Austin police officers working the department's Southeast Area Command responded to a call for service on East William Cannon..."

Dec. 2, 2005 News Feature by Jordan Smith

Naked City
Headlines and happenings from Austin and beyond
"...of the Week "We have brought torture, cluster bombs, depleted uranium, innumerable acts of random murder, misery, degradation, and..."

Dec. 23, 2005 News Feature

Michael Clark Autopsy Update
Taser effects expert and former San Diego Co., Calif., EMS medical director concludes Clark was killed as a result of intravascular sickling caused by overexertion tied to drug use – a conclusion that closely mirrors that of Travis Co. Deputy Medical Examiner Elizabeth Peacock.
"...In a letter dated March 31, Gary Vilke, former San Diego County EMS..."

April 14, 2006 News Feature by Jordan Smith

Tasers Helped Reduce Use of Force, APD Report Says
But critics still worry about physical effects
"...Incidents of police use of force declined in 2004 along with the number of serious injuries..."

July 29, 2005 News Feature by Jordan Smith

Point Austin: Tased and Confused
When the APD falls in love with Tasers, it's the Eastside that gets shocked
"...if I've got this right: This year we can credit at least one death in an Austin police incident..."

Oct. 7, 2005 News Column by Michael King

APD's Michael Clark Video
Footage documents events that led to Michael Clark's death
"...after 1pm on Sept. 26, 2005, 33-year-old Michael Clark climbed into the back seat of the Austin police cruiser..."

Feb. 24, 2006 News Feature by Jordan Smith

Naked City
The Politics of Watershed Urbanization
"...side of the debate you stand on. Austin voters passed the SOS ordinance 10 years ago. Today, it's still..."

April 22, 2005 News Feature by Kimberly Reeves

Home From Home
Austin opens arms to New Orleans 'guests,' longing to return
"...Three days after a helicopter plucked them from the balcony of their New Orleans apartment,..."

Sept. 9, 2005 News Feature by Amy Smith

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