Bail hearing delayed for sisters who say they were wrongfully convicted of murder
A bail hearing for two Saulteaux sisters who say they were wrongfully convicted of murder is now being delayed until the new year.
Vice Chief Kim Beaudin of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples says the news is crushing.
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