Saskatoon man who was tasered by police confronts city board

Almost a year after the event, he’s continuing to demand justice from the Saskatoon police service.

Larissa Burnouf
APTN National News

Last July, police burst into Dion Waniandy’s apartment by mistake. He was then subdued by a taser shot.

It turns out, the police were looking for someone else.

Waniandy’s formal complaint against the force through the public complaints commission was dismissed following the incident.

Now almost a year after the event, he’s continuing to demand justice from the Saskatoon police service.

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4 thoughts on “Saskatoon man who was tasered by police confronts city board

  1. Yup the cops are legalized gang members that do home invasions and assaults on first nations people..without the badge and gun they are “peanuts”

  2. Police always screw up and always will get away with their wrong doing, but if we do them wrong they throw the book at us,because they are crupt all over this so called wonderful country of ours,whatever mistakes they make it gets swept under the carpet ,that’s why it takes years before they decide to lay charges or not.yes this is our proud Canadian moments we charish,treasure.

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