By Marc Lalonde Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The national vice-chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples says he is confident the media will be allowed in to cover the bail hearing of a pair of Indigenous sisters seeking exoneration for a 1994 murder conviction that they have long asserted was a miscarriage of justice. “Oh, definitely. It’s a 31-year-old case. I don’t think the government of Saskatchewan has a legal leg to stand on here,” said CAP vice-chief Kim Beaudin. “I’m confident the media will be allowed in. There’s no way the media will be shut out of this one.” The hearing- originally slated to be a bail hearing, but now a hearing to decide whether or not to subject proceedings to a publication ban — is expected to run
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