The Canadian Press

1995-11-23 | Blood Inquiry

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The head of the inquiry into Canada's blood supply demanded to know why the Red Cross wouldn't apologize to victims of tainted blood. Justice Horace Krever suggested to Red Cross chief executive Douglas Lindores on Nov. 23 it was because an apology would amount to an admission of liability.

Date: 1995-11-23
Placeline: TORONTO, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 30 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << the reason why the Red Cross has not apologized is because it was contractually bound by a contract called a policy of insurance not to make any admission of liability and the concern is that an apology might be construed as an admission of liability which would lose and the Red Cross the coverage and protection of an insurance policy am I wrong it's a complicated question sir and I wish I had simple answer for you get to simple questions do indoors >>