"The Canadian public should not unfairly judge the RCMP for its handling of the Robert Dziekanski incident without having a better understanding of the challenges of modern-day policing, says Commissioner William Elliott.
"I think the expression, 'Walk a mile in my shoes,' comes to mind," Elliott said Sunday"
Fairness? How's this for fair... four big, heavily armed officers of the nation's "elite" police force killed a frightened, exhausted man with an unnecessary use of force. They stood about and watched him die with no attempt to render assistance. They promptly lied through their teeth on official reports. The force then attempted to intimidate witnesses and suppress evidence in an effort to cover up the incident thus showing the national police force to be corrupted from the top down. And now, after all of the outrage and perfidy, the commissioner who is supposed to be investigating the incident is asking people to be fair. Fuck you Mr. Elliott, how's about you take a little stroll in the shoes that Mr. Dziekanski used to wear before his life was taken by the lying thugs for whom you wield the whitewash.