Three months after restating its 2004 earnings, stun gun manufacturer Taser International Inc. said it had fired its accounting firm.

In May, Taser said miscalculated tax amounts related to employee stock options had led to the restatement of its 2004 earnings -- amounting to a penny per share. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Taser said its accountant, Deloitte & Touche, had told the company the control deficiency constituted a material weakness in their internal controls.

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