By Kelly Geraldine Malone THE CANADIAN PRESS YORKTON, Sask- Lawyers for two sisters who have spent nearly 30 years in prison for what they say are wrongful murder convictions told a bail hearing the women are victims of systemic racism in the justice system and false confessions. Odelia and Nerissa Quewezance were convicted of second-degree murder in the 1993 stabbing death of 70-year-old Anthony Dolff near Kamsack, Sask. The federal Justice Department started a review of the case last year, saying there may be a reasonable basis to conclude there was a miscarriage of justice. The sisters’ lawyers are arguing for their release as they wait for the outcome of the review. Lawyer James Lockyear said the all-male police force that arrested the sisters did not follow a
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