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National Park Service releases tasing footage of on-water altercation in Minnesota

Three taser prongs (see highlighted circles) are visible on the legs of Justin Ebel while he was being arrested by National Park Service rangers on Lake Kabetogama. (Photo courtesy of The Timberjay)
Officials at Voyageurs National Park have been criticized on social media in the wake of the release of body-camera footage earlier this month that shows the on-water altercation that led two park rangers to tase an Ash River businessman, Justin Ebel, last June. Ebel operates Ebel’s Voyageur Houseboats. The incident occurred on Lake Kabetogama.
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