The past year has been encompassed in a super complex legal battle for one Canadian family after a tragic accident happened on their vacation in Cuba last summer.
Toufik Benhamiche, a 47-year-old from Quebec was in prison in Cuba for criminal negligence causing death and his family is suing popular Canadian travel company Sunwing for $340,000 in damages because of it.
According to his wife, his conviction was just overturned by a high court in Cuba, who determined that the lower courts did not handle the case properly. But even though he has been released from prison he still can't come home.
Benhamiche is stuck in Cuba while police have re-opened the case and are continuing to investigate the accident.
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