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by:Tianwang     2020-06-17
Vancouver-in a dramatic video released on Wednesday, the bitter roar was the last time in the world to hear about new immigrants.
Her lawyer told Canadian media that the images were such an explosive mother of Robert dezikanski that she had not seen the entire video yet, and in order to avoid seeing it repeatedly on the news show, she
But they also raised some serious questions about why the police started using the Taser gun in just a few seconds after they met the Taser gun.
There was a violent incident at Vancouver airport last month, which contradicts what police say happened that night.
Walter Kosteckyj said that Zofia Cisowski sat on the waiting list for psychiatric treatment to help her through the pain of losing her only son, and therefore he hoped that this exciting video would hold the police accountable for the night\'s actions.
\"People need to know what they seem to be willing to use (Tasers)
Said Kosteckyj.
\"I think it\'s a judgment of the Canadian people that it\'s fair to understand and see how these things are handled in a day --to-day basis.
\"The camera of the spectator clicks early in the morning of October. 14 as the 40-year-
Old Dziekanski seems to be trying to set up barricades in a safe area of the airport\'s arrival terminal.
No one yet knows why Dziekanski has been in that safe place for 10 hours after arriving through Frankfurt earlier the day before.
As part of the investigation, the police tried to find someone else on his flight.
In the video, a tall and black Dziekanski arranged tables and chairs, a small wooden table and a clipboard along the doors separating the security zone from the public waiting area.
When he built the barricade, the door opened and closed.
People gathered in the arrivals hall to look at him, and Dziekanski sneaked a look on his shoulder. His blue-and beige-
The striped shirt at the collar is open and looks sweaty.
He walked outside the door, waving the table in front of him, and there was a clear fear in his eyes.
He was thought to be Russian, he was muttering in Polish, and some tried to placate him.
\"There\'s nothing wrong, it\'s okay,\" said one . \".
A woman approached and reached out to indicate.
But he turned away and went back inside, ignoring the woman who is now trying to talk to him through the glass.
Kostackeyj said that one of the videos sisoki has seen is the one that breaks her heart most.
\"She saw her son asking for help at first.
\"She thought maybe he was trying to write a message and he was asking for help and he was scared,\" he said . \".
\"In her opinion, he tried to ask for help and eventually died because of asking for help.
\"The woman finally left Dziekanski and the chaos began.
\"He was frightened,\" shouted a bystander in the video when Dziekanski put a computer on the floor.
The wooden table crashed into the glass.
He picked up the computer for the second time.
\"Put it down, sir,\" cried someone . \".
Station Dziekanski.
The security guard approached the door, Dziekanski\'s chest fluctuated and wiped his face with the sleeves of his dirty white jacket.
He stood there waiting, and there was clearly fear in his eyes, but it was calm.
A woman can be heard saying, \"he\'s too scared . \".
\"Just leave him.
\"Security officials will turn around and talk to each other, and in the context, airport officials will discuss what to do next.
A Cathay Pacific flight with 300 people on board is about to take off, and it can be heard that customs officials will stop passengers from boarding.
A spokesman for the Vancouver Airport Authority said they wanted to review the video before commenting.
Four Royal Canadian Mounted Police arrived, and the camera shifted from a frustrated expression on the security guard\'s face to a uniformed person crossing the hall.
When a police officer was told that the man was behind the door and only spoke Russian, a loud cry of \"polizia\" could be heard.
They jumped off the railing and walked behind the glass door.
When they seem to be talking to him, he gestures at the luggage.
He lifted his hands in the air and walked away.
The officers followed behind and apparently said he should put his hand on the counter at the desk behind the glass.
Dziekanski stood against the counter with his back, and the officers turned around him.
Crack-can hear the sound of 50,000 volts from an officer\'s gun.
Dziekanski began to scream with trembling, and his hands waved the stapler wildly in the air.
He grabbed his chest and roared through the door.
Crack-second shot, electric hissing, Dziekanski twisted around the ground.
The police surrounded him again, and the onlookers were amazed.
You can hear a voice shouting \"hit him again and hit him again.
The four officers held his arm and head tightly and climbed over his head.
Dziekanski twitching as they tried to restrain him.
Finally, he is still there.
Although the video was not shown, the medical staff were called to the scene.
Dziekanski died there.
\"Our officials would like to comment, but an investigation is underway,\" Cpl said . \".
Dell Carr, spokesman for the Integrated Homicide team that led the investigation.
The coroner investigated what happened at the airport that night, and the public\'s complaints committee against the RCMP also launched its own investigation.
Carl said four officials involved in the incident that night will testify.
\"This is where they will be reviewed,\" he said . \".
\"This video is just a small piece of evidence.
We did not file a case based on one piece of evidence.
\"When the news about the airport incident first came out, police said the man they met was out of control.
In the video, Dziekanski, despite his emotional excitement, put down his furniture or stood calmly in response to onlookers and security guards.
The police also said that even if he was beaten once, he was still full of fighting spirit.
But the video shows Dziekanski fell to the ground after the first shot, twisting his body in pain.
According to a recent interview with the chairman of the complaints committee, in the continuous force used by the police against individuals, the Taser gun should be before the deadly force.
Other steps such as body restraint, baton use, and pepper spray should be the first in the program.
None of this happened.
\"Officials have clearly observed something that has led them to intervene in their way,\" Carr said on Wednesday . \".
30 seconds passed from the time the police met Dziekanski to the first Taser shot.
Police earlier said the spray was not an option due to people in the area-but Dziekanski and police were behind the glass door in an apparently empty area of the airport.
The RCMP investigation is expected to last one to six weeks.
The coroner\'s investigation has not yet set a date.
The exact cause of death of Dziekanski has not yet been announced.
His mother\'s hometown, Kamloops, B. is scheduled for a funeral. C. , on Saturday. B. C.
Lawyer John les said the video was difficult to watch, but he was not prepared to change his mind about the use of the Taser gun by the police.
\"There is also a positive side to using the Taser gun, which is not necessarily as deadly as a revolver,\" he said . \".
Vancouver-in a dramatic video released on Wednesday, the bitter roar was the last time in the world to hear about new immigrants.
Her lawyer told Canadian media that the images were such an explosive mother of Robert dezikanski that she had not seen the entire video yet, and in order to avoid seeing it repeatedly on the news show, she
But they also raised some serious questions about why the police started using the Taser gun in just a few seconds after they met the Taser gun.
There was a violent incident at Vancouver airport last month, which contradicts what police say happened that night.
Walter Kosteckyj said that Zofia Cisowski sat on the waiting list for psychiatric treatment to help her through the pain of losing her only son, and therefore he hoped that this exciting video would hold the police accountable for the night\'s actions.
\"People need to know what they seem to be willing to use (Tasers)
Said Kosteckyj.
\"I think it\'s a judgment of the Canadian people that it\'s fair to understand and see how these things are handled in a day --to-day basis.
\"The camera of the spectator clicks early in the morning of October. 14 as the 40-year-
Old Dziekanski seems to be trying to set up barricades in a safe area of the airport\'s arrival terminal.
No one yet knows why Dziekanski has been in that safe place for 10 hours after arriving through Frankfurt earlier the day before.
As part of the investigation, the police tried to find someone else on his flight.
In the video, a tall and black Dziekanski arranged tables and chairs, a small wooden table and a clipboard along the doors separating the security zone from the public waiting area.
When he built the barricade, the door opened and closed.
People gathered in the arrivals hall to look at him, and Dziekanski sneaked a look on his shoulder. His blue-and beige-
The striped shirt at the collar is open and looks sweaty.
He walked outside the door, waving the table in front of him, and there was a clear fear in his eyes.
He was thought to be Russian, he was muttering in Polish, and some tried to placate him.
\"There\'s nothing wrong, it\'s okay,\" said one . \".
A woman approached and reached out to indicate.
But he turned away and went back inside, ignoring the woman who is now trying to talk to him through the glass.
Kostackeyj said that one of the videos sisoki has seen is the one that breaks her heart most.
\"She saw her son asking for help at first.
\"She thought maybe he was trying to write a message and he was asking for help and he was scared,\" he said . \".
\"In her opinion, he tried to ask for help and eventually died because of asking for help.
\"The woman finally left Dziekanski and the chaos began.
\"He was frightened,\" shouted a bystander in the video when Dziekanski put a computer on the floor.
The wooden table crashed into the glass.
He picked up the computer for the second time.
\"Put it down, sir,\" cried someone . \".
Station Dziekanski.
The security guard approached the door, Dziekanski\'s chest fluctuated and wiped his face with the sleeves of his dirty white jacket.
He stood there waiting, and there was clearly fear in his eyes, but it was calm.
A woman can be heard saying, \"he\'s too scared . \".
\"Just leave him.
\"Security officials will turn around and talk to each other, and in the context, airport officials will discuss what to do next.
A Cathay Pacific flight with 300 people on board is about to take off, and it can be heard that customs officials will stop passengers from boarding.
A spokesman for the Vancouver Airport Authority said they wanted to review the video before commenting.
Four Royal Canadian Mounted Police arrived, and the camera shifted from a frustrated expression on the security guard\'s face to a uniformed person crossing the hall.
When a police officer was told that the man was behind the door and only spoke Russian, a loud cry of \"polizia\" could be heard.
They jumped off the railing and walked behind the glass door.
When they seem to be talking to him, he gestures at the luggage.
He lifted his hands in the air and walked away.
The officers followed behind and apparently said he should put his hand on the counter at the desk behind the glass.
Dziekanski stood against the counter with his back, and the officers turned around him.
Crack-can hear the sound of 50,000 volts from an officer\'s gun.
Dziekanski began to scream with trembling, and his hands waved the stapler wildly in the air.
He grabbed his chest and roared through the door.
Crack-second shot, electric hissing, Dziekanski twisted around the ground.
The police surrounded him again, and the onlookers were amazed.
You can hear a voice shouting \"hit him again and hit him again.
The four officers held his arm and head tightly and climbed over his head.
Dziekanski twitching as they tried to restrain him.
Finally, he is still there.
Although the video was not shown, the medical staff were called to the scene.
Dziekanski died there.
\"Our officials would like to comment, but an investigation is underway,\" Cpl said . \".
Dell Carr, spokesman for the Integrated Homicide team that led the investigation.
The coroner investigated what happened at the airport that night, and the public\'s complaints committee against the RCMP also launched its own investigation.
Carl said four officials involved in the incident that night will testify.
\"This is where they will be reviewed,\" he said . \".
\"This video is just a small piece of evidence.
We did not file a case based on one piece of evidence.
\"When the news about the airport incident first came out, police said the man they met was out of control.
In the video, Dziekanski, despite his emotional excitement, put down his furniture or stood calmly in response to onlookers and security guards.
The police also said that even if he was beaten once, he was still full of fighting spirit.
But the video shows Dziekanski fell to the ground after the first shot, twisting his body in pain.
According to a recent interview with the chairman of the complaints committee, in the continuous force used by the police against individuals, the Taser gun should be before the deadly force.
Other steps such as body restraint, baton use, and pepper spray should be the first in the program.
None of this happened.
\"Officials have clearly observed something that has led them to intervene in their way,\" Carr said on Wednesday . \".
30 seconds passed from the time the police met Dziekanski to the first Taser shot.
Police earlier said the spray was not an option due to people in the area-but Dziekanski and police were behind the glass door in an apparently empty area of the airport.
The RCMP investigation is expected to last one to six weeks.
The coroner\'s investigation has not yet set a date.
The exact cause of death of Dziekanski has not yet been announced.
His mother\'s hometown, Kamloops, B. is scheduled for a funeral. C. , on Saturday. B. C.
Lawyer John les said the video was difficult to watch, but he was not prepared to change his mind about the use of the Taser gun by the police.
\"There is also a positive side to using the Taser gun, which is not necessarily as deadly as a revolver,\" he said . \".
Vancouver-in a dramatic video released on Wednesday, the bitter roar was the last time in the world to hear about new immigrants.
Her lawyer told Canadian media that the images were such an explosive mother of Robert dezikanski that she had not seen the entire video yet, and in order to avoid seeing it repeatedly on the news show, she
But they also raised some serious questions about why the police started using the Taser gun in just a few seconds after they met the Taser gun.
There was a violent incident at Vancouver airport last month, which contradicts what police say happened that night.
Walter Kosteckyj said that Zofia Cisowski sat on the waiting list for psychiatric treatment to help her through the pain of losing her only son, and therefore he hoped that this exciting video would hold the police accountable for the night\'s actions.
\"People need to know what they seem to be willing to use (Tasers)
Said Kosteckyj.
\"I think it\'s a judgment of the Canadian people that it\'s fair to understand and see how these things are handled in a day --to-day basis.
\"The camera of the spectator clicks early in the morning of October. 14 as the 40-year-
Old Dziekanski seems to be trying to set up barricades in a safe area of the airport\'s arrival terminal.
No one yet knows why Dziekanski has been in that safe place for 10 hours after arriving through Frankfurt earlier the day before.
As part of the investigation, the police tried to find someone else on his flight.
In the video, a tall and black Dziekanski arranged tables and chairs, a small wooden table and a clipboard along the doors separating the security zone from the public waiting area.
When he built the barricade, the door opened and closed.
People gathered in the arrivals hall to look at him, and Dziekanski sneaked a look on his shoulder. His blue-and beige-
The striped shirt at the collar is open and looks sweaty.
He walked outside the door, waving the table in front of him, and there was a clear fear in his eyes.
He was thought to be Russian, he was muttering in Polish, and some tried to placate him.
\"There\'s nothing wrong, it\'s okay,\" said one . \".
A woman approached and reached out to indicate.
But he turned away and went back inside, ignoring the woman who is now trying to talk to him through the glass.
Kostackeyj said that one of the videos sisoki has seen is the one that breaks her heart most.
\"She saw her son asking for help at first.
\"She thought maybe he was trying to write a message and he was asking for help and he was scared,\" he said . \".
\"In her opinion, he tried to ask for help and eventually died because of asking for help.
\"The woman finally left Dziekanski and the chaos began.
\"He was frightened,\" shouted a bystander in the video when Dziekanski put a computer on the floor.
The wooden table crashed into the glass.
He picked up the computer for the second time.
\"Put it down, sir,\" cried someone . \".
Station Dziekanski.
The security guard approached the door, Dziekanski\'s chest fluctuated and wiped his face with the sleeves of his dirty white jacket.
He stood there waiting, and there was clearly fear in his eyes, but it was calm.
A woman can be heard saying, \"he\'s too scared . \".
\"Just leave him.
\"Security officials will turn around and talk to each other, and in the context, airport officials will discuss what to do next.
A Cathay Pacific flight with 300 people on board is about to take off, and it can be heard that customs officials will stop passengers from boarding.
A spokesman for the Vancouver Airport Authority said they wanted to review the video before commenting.
Four Royal Canadian Mounted Police arrived, and the camera shifted from a frustrated expression on the security guard\'s face to a uniformed person crossing the hall.
When a police officer was told that the man was behind the door and only spoke Russian, a loud cry of \"polizia\" could be heard.
They jumped off the railing and walked behind the glass door.
When they seem to be talking to him, he gestures at the luggage.
He lifted his hands in the air and walked away.
The officers followed behind and apparently said he should put his hand on the counter at the desk behind the glass.
Dziekanski stood against the counter with his back, and the officers turned around him.
Crack-can hear the sound of 50,000 volts from an officer\'s gun.
Dziekanski began to scream with trembling, and his hands waved the stapler wildly in the air.
He grabbed his chest and roared through the door.
Crack-second shot, electric hissing, Dziekanski twisted around the ground.
The police surrounded him again, and the onlookers were amazed.
You can hear a voice shouting \"hit him again and hit him again.
The four officers held his arm and head tightly and climbed over his head.
Dziekanski twitching as they tried to restrain him.
Finally, he is still there.
Although the video was not shown, the medical staff were called to the scene.
Dziekanski died there.
\"Our officials would like to comment, but an investigation is underway,\" Cpl said . \".
Dell Carr, spokesman for the Integrated Homicide team that led the investigation.
The coroner investigated what happened at the airport that night, and the public\'s complaints committee against the RCMP also launched its own investigation.
Carl said four officials involved in the incident that night will testify.
\"This is where they will be reviewed,\" he said . \".
\"This video is just a small piece of evidence.
We did not file a case based on one piece of evidence.
\"When the news about the airport incident first came out, police said the man they met was out of control.
In the video, Dziekanski, despite his emotional excitement, put down his furniture or stood calmly in response to onlookers and security guards.
The police also said that even if he was beaten once, he was still full of fighting spirit.
But the video shows Dziekanski fell to the ground after the first shot, twisting his body in pain.
According to a recent interview with the chairman of the complaints committee, in the continuous force used by the police against individuals, the Taser gun should be before the deadly force.
Other steps such as body restraint, baton use, and pepper spray should be the first in the program.
None of this happened.
\"Officials have clearly observed something that has led them to intervene in their way,\" Carr said on Wednesday . \".
30 seconds passed from the time the police met Dziekanski to the first Taser shot.
Police earlier said the spray was not an option due to people in the area-but Dziekanski and police were behind the glass door in an apparently empty area of the airport.
The RCMP investigation is expected to last one to six weeks.
The coroner\'s investigation has not yet set a date.
The exact cause of death of Dziekanski has not yet been announced.
His mother\'s hometown, Kamloops, B. is scheduled for a funeral. C. , on Saturday. B. C.
Lawyer John les said the video was difficult to watch, but he was not prepared to change his mind about the use of the Taser gun by the police.
\"There is also a positive side to using the Taser gun, which is not necessarily as deadly as a revolver,\" he said . \".
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