A special Canadian prosecutor will consider criminal charges against four officers after an investigation found that they were not justified in tasering a Polish immigrant who later died. Robert Dziekanski was tasered five times at Vancouver airport in 2007.
Mr Dziekanski, 40, did not speak English and was emigrating to Canada to join his mother. He was held for 10 hours and eventually threw a computer and a chair in a rage over his treatment.
The episode was filming by a bystander which triggered both international outcry and the eventual investigation. Once again, while police in the United States and England are arresting people for videotaping them in public, these cases show that the film record is the driving force behind such investigations.
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