By Kelly Geraldine Malone THE CANADIAN PRESS YORKTON, Sask.- Two sisters who have spent nearly 30 years in prison for what they say are wrongful murder convictions each held an eagle feather while they testified at their bail hearing Tuesday about their desire for freedom. “I am a strong believer in my prayers and my culture,” Odelia Quewezance said before the hearing began in Yorkton, Sask. “I’m nervous, but I feel strong in my heart. I have nothing to hide.” Odelia and Nerissa Quewezance were convicted in 1994 of second-degree murder in the death of 70-year-old farmer Anthony Joseph Dolff, near Kamsack, Sask. Defence lawyers are asking for the sisters to get a conditional release while their case is undergoing a federal conviction review. The federal
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