Closure: Don't Tase Me, Bro!

Starting Point
Sept. 17, 2007: Sen. John Kerry is speaking at the University of Florida when 21-year-old student Andrew Meyer starts peppering him with questions about why he conceded the 2004 election. As campus police try to remove Meyer from the event, a two-minute tussle ensues. The instant before he's subdued with a Taser, Meyer unleashes what would become his signature line: "Don't Tase me, bro!"

Fever Pitch
Meyer spends the night in jail for resisting arrest. The next day, 200 UF students rally to protest police brutality. Meyer publicly apologizes as part of a deal to avoid prosecution. The campus cops involved are put on paid leave and eventually cleared of any wrong-doing. Former Clash guitarist Mick Jones pens a song titled "Don't Tase Me, Bro."

Present Day
Meyer graduated in May with a telecommunications degree. His blog has been dormant since January, and according to his lawyer he's now living with his parents in south Florida, working on a book about his "shocking experience" and studying for the LSAT.