Ex-Mountie Monty Robinson has lost his appeal against perjury conviction in Robert Dziekanski taser death case.
Robinson was one of the Mounties convicted of perjury in the 2007 death of Dziekanski at YVR.
Benjamin “Monty” Robinson claimed he’s suffering from PTSD and emotional distress after being essentially scapegoated by the RCMP.
Forty-year-old Dziekanski arrived at YVR in 2007 and spent 10 hours inside before police were called when he became agitated.
Four Mounties arrived at the scene and stunned him multiple times with a taser.
Dziekanski collapsed and died.
Two years later, at the Braidwood Inquiry called to review the incident, the four officers were accused of colluding to get their stories straight and lying under oath.
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