KAMLOOPS — The mother of a man who died in a stun-gun encounter at Vancouver's airport says she feels there's no justice after hearing two men convicted of perjury in the case will have their appeals heard by the Supreme Court of Canada.
Constable Kwesi Millington and former corporal Benjamin ``Monty'' Robinson were found guilty of colluding to make up testimony at an inquiry into the 2007 death of Robert Dziekanski .
Dziekanski died after being jolted several times with a Taser at in the arrivals area of the airport, after coming to Canada from Poland.
His mother said in a telephone interview from her home in Kamloops that news of the appeals was especially difficult for her, coming just days after Mother's Day.
(The Canadian Press)
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