Man who filed human rights complaint still sitting in solitary confinement

APTN National News
While the case of Michael Nehass plays out in the courtroom, the Tahltan man remains in solitary confinement.

Nehass is waiting to be sentenced for a 2011 conviction for aggravated assault and unlawful confinement.

His story made national news after he filed a human rights complaint after being dragged, shackled and naked in front of a judge.

APTN’s Shirley McLean reports.

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