Become informant of the police forces in 14 years, Michael Lechasseur, today aged forty years, has to live elsewhere than in Canada, no financial support or protection. Why? This is the question raised in the general report of the survey Office of the Quebecor “Forced exile: who stole the life of Michael?” available on Club illico.
The one who infiltrated the organized crime groups in Quebec but also in Ontario, help the police to put several murderers behind bars, is the subject of an original production by one hour.
The journalist Félix Séguin and the filmmaker-videographer Ninon Pedneault have united their efforts for the great report of the Bureau of investigation of the Quebecor “Forced exile: who stole Michael’s life?” to be broadcast by the Club illico as of November 21.
During their grand story, the journalist Félix Séguin and the filmmaker-videographer Ninon Pednault trying to understand how such a situation may occur, and wish that justice is done. Thanks to their many efforts, they are able to talk to people who know Michael Lechasseur and to speak with the minister of public Safety, Geneviève Guilbault.
“This investigation has been very arduous, complicated and frustrating for our team in our search for witnesses who may have participated in his course and who have the power to give Michael a second chance to his life”, let including know Félix Séguin, in a news release.
Since the beginning of the year, in addition to “Forced exile: who stole the life of Michael?”, the Bureau of investigation of the Quebecor has made the documentaries “The driver of the stars” is interesting to Normand Dubé, and “Trapped” leaning on the exploitation of foreign nannies.