Jacob Sansom, 39, and Maurice Cardinal, 57, were shot and killed on a rural road near Glendon, Alta. on March 28, 2020 EDMONTON- An Alberta man found guilty of manslaughter in the deaths of two Metis hunters is appealing his conviction and sentence. Roger Bilodeau was convicted in May and sentenced to 10 years in prison for the deaths of Jacob Sansom and Maurice Cardinal, who were shot and killed on a rural Alberta road after a brief vehicle pursuit in March 2020. Bilodeau’s son Joseph, who was tried at the same time as his father, was convicted of second-degree murder in Cardinal’s death and found guilty of manslaughter in Sansom’s death. Roger Bilodeau argues in his appeal that the trial judge failed to properly instruct the jury on party
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