Daniel Musso was tasered by police officers last Tuesday at an anti-gun violence rally in Concord, N.H. after heckling a grieving father and a subsequent altercation with police.
John Cantin, whose daughter was shot and killed by her husband in 2009, was giving an impassioned speech when Musso repeatedly interrupted the emotional father. Musso, who was part of a larger counter protest of anti-gun control advocates, eventually let Cantin finish his speech, but police had already been called. When they arrived at the scene, Musso initiated physical contact and was told he was under arrest, but resisted for about a minute and a half after which he was tasered and taken into custody. He was later charged with two counts of simple assault as well as disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Watch Musso heckle Cantin unrelentingly during his emotional speech:
Watch a news report about Musso being tasered and arrested at the event: