Geesh - it's as if all the courts want to rush out their judgments before the new year.
VANCOUVER (National Post) -- A finding of misconduct may be considered against four RCMP officers involved in the Tasering of Polish immigrant Robert Dziekanski, the B.C. Court of Appeal has ruled.
Constables Bill Bentley, Kwesi Millington, Gerry Rundel and Cpl. Monty Robinson had earlier applied to the courts to have the notice of misconduct quashed, arguing the head of a provincial inquiry into Mr. Dziekanski's Tasering and subsequent [almost instantaneous] death has no authority over members of a federally regulated police force.
The case was dismissed initially by a B.C. Supreme Court judge. In a written decision released Tuesday, the Court of Appeal unanimously agreed to uphold the lower court's decision. ... [LINK]
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