Sofia Cisowski Waits for Justice

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(Zofia Cisowski, CBC.)

It has been six years since the death of Robert Dziekanski.

The polish immigrant died after RCMP officers shocked him multiple times with a Taser stun gun at Vancouver International Airport in 2007.

Now there are new developments in the case.

As we heard on Daybreak yesterday, two of the mounties are facing new perjury allegations.

This after a witness came forward claiming the four officers involved met before they testified at the inquiry in the Dziekanski's death.

While the case slowly makes its way through the courts, Robert's mother has been watching and waiting for an outcome.

Zofia Cisowki, lives in Kamloops.

She, along with Kamloops lawyer Bill Sundhu, spoke with Daybreak's Shelley Joyce.

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