InFocus updates case of Saulteaux sisters in Saskatchewan who are lobbying for their freedom 

There is a push from the legal community in Canada to have Saulteaux sisters Nerissa and Odelia Quewezance released from prison for good.

The two sisters from Keeseekoose First Nation have spent nearly 30 years behind bars for the 2nd-degree murder of a Saskatchewan farmer.

They have always maintained that while they were there when Anthony Dolff was killed in 1993, they weren’t responsible for his death.

InFocus hears from the reporters who have been looking into the sister’s story.

Host, Producer / Winnipeg

Melissa is a proud Red River Métis and award-winning journalist who has spent more than 24 years covering crime, courts, politics, business and entertainment for newspapers in four provinces.
She then joined APTN Investigates in 2009 and APTN National News in 2018 and in that time has garnered numerous awards and nominations including from the World Indigenous Television Broadcasters Network (2013), Canadian Association of Journalists (2016, 2019) and Canadian Screen Awards (2018, 2019).

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