The Mountie who tasered Robert Dziekanski at Vancouver airport almost a decade ago is deciding if he wants to have his case heard in Canada’s top court, after he was convicted of perjury.
Kwesi Millington has until October 27 to decide whether or not he wants to file leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada.
The courts granted him an extension to hand in his application.
He lost his appeal in the B.C. Court of Appeal in July after he was found guilty of one count of perjury for lying under oath at the Braidwood Inquiry into the death of Polish Immigrant Robert Dziekanski.
Millington tasered Dziekanski several times before he died.