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McKnight said that once they were outside, a San Francisco Police sergeant threatened to have her sedated.
She said San Francisco Fire Department employees then strapped her to a gurney and wheeled her toward an emergency vehicle.
McKnight said the paramedic didn't ask her any medical questions and wouldn't tell her what she was injected with.
In a statement, a spokesperson for that office, Jen Kwart said, "We have yet to be served with the lawsuit.
State policies and reporting requirements vary, so it's not clear how regularly it's used during police encounters and why.
Burris said that in his more than four decades as an attorney, he has never heard of authorities sedating a fully restrained protester. »