Quebec AM | May 9, 2012 | 9:56

Mugesera in court in Rwanda

Leon Mugesera is set to appear in court in Rwanda. He is fighting charges of incitement to genocide, planning a genocide, and distribution of arms. He was deported to Rwanda January 23, after almost 20 years of living and working in Quebec City. Susan speaks with Mugesera's daughter Carmen Nono, who has been advocating from Canada on her father's behalf.

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