2 Sask. sisters accused of killing Kamsack farmer say they were wrongfully convicted

Original article by Mickey Djuric: CBC News May 18, 2021

“The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples and advocates called for the release of two Keeseekoose women — who were given life sentences for a crime they say they never committed — at a press conference Tuesday morning.

In 1994, Odelia and Nerissa Quewezance were convicted of second-degree murder after the 1993 homicide of a 70-year-old farmer, Anthony Joseph Dolff, who was from the area of Kamsack, Sask. For the past 28 years, the women have proclaimed their innocence and say they were wrongfully convicted.”

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