Robert Dziekanski’s mother has filed a lawsuit alleging excessive force and “cruel and unusual” treatment by the four RCMP officers who stunned her son with a Taser.
Full story: Dziekanski's mom files lawsuit over Taser death
Do police rely too heavily on Tasers?
FM, 2009-03-31 12:08:20
He tried to make it seem that because Robert had been in minor trouble with the law when he was 17,over 22 years ago,that somehow was relevant in the taser killing by these cops.Mr Braidwood was also upset by that suggestion also
Why cant these killers just admit hey screwed up and they deliberatly gave misinformation to the police inquiry as to what happened that night.
Wally says he is very dismayed to see the public back lash towards the RCMP and the VPD who have their own problems to deal with(but what is new there)
More on that later
tweetypie, 2009-03-31 09:38:00
It is widely known now that all 4 of these cops,by their own admission gave false and misleading statements to the police criminal inquiry
All 4 gave the same INNACURATE statements
In most peoples worlds,that says LIEING
"(in this case, it may be justified, but they are innocent until proven guilty"
In this case,they have ALL ADMITTED what they said happened that night did not happen.They have admitted their own guilt
FM also says..
"Unfortunately, I am not hearing any recommendations as to how to fix the problem. Any suggestions?"
Then you have not been paying attention. Because EVERYONE is saying the way to fix this is to not have the police investigate the police.If the criminal investigation had of been carried out the same way this inquiry is(non police investigation)then all the lies the 4 cops told about what happened that night would have been exposed then and most certainly charges would have been laid and there would have been no reason for this inquiry
tweetypie, 2009-03-30 17:59:53
And the four of Canada's finests just stood there, watching this poor man die?
Cpl Robinson testified he thought Dziekanski was snoring.
The medic said anyone with any basic knowledge of first aid would know the snoring sound meant he was unable to breathe
Are they just too busy at the RCMP academy teaching them combat, target practice and crowd control techniques and no CPR, or basic first aid?? Stop the nonsense, just charge these thugs!
uchual, 2009-03-27 12:14:44
"When did he( Wally Oppal) change his mind?"
Change his mind on what?
"what happens to citizens who give innacurate information"
Whats that supposed to mean?
Is wayne saying it is OK for cops to lie to a criminal investigation?
All 4 cops have now agreed they gave wrong and misleading info the the criminal investigation.Is wayne saying that was OK for them to do?
tweetypie, 2009-03-26 21:49:05
When did he change his mind?
Haven't seen anything yet.
Only the ever unreliable twitbrains word
Its quite a change in less than 12 hours and makes no sense.
wayne, 2009-03-26 13:41:06