A teacher tased by the LAPD died of an enlarged heart and cocaine use, coroner says


Lawyers Benjamin Crump, left, and Carl Douglas, right, held a news conference in January to announce their filing of a $50 million claim against the city of Los Angeles over the death of Keenan Anderson, who is pictured on posters.

Keenan Anderson, a Black man, died hours after Los Angeles police officers repeatedly tased him in January. The coroner’s office said the manner of death was not determined.

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