Paul Kennedy, chair of the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP, is expected to release his report into the death of Robert Dziekanski on Tuesday. The first independent report into Robert Dziekanski's death after being stunned at the Vancouver airport is expected to be released Tuesday. The report by the Commissioner for Public Complaints Against the RCMP Paul Kennedy is expected to review how officers acted the night Dziekanski died at Vancouver's airport in October 2007.
Dziekanski died minutes after he was stunned repeatedly with a taser by the RCMP, who were responding to a disturbance call in the airport arrivals lounge of the airport.
Kennedy has the power to recommend discipline - but most reports by his commission examine policies or procedures and suggest appropriate changes. The report is also expected look at the subsequent police investigation. ... [LINK]
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