The Canadian Press

1995-11-23 | Blood Inquiry

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The head of the inquiry into Canada's blood supply said it was obvious to him that the Red Cross must apologize to thousands of Canadians who were infected with HIV and Hepatitis C through tainted blood transfusions in the early 1980s. Justice Horace Krever demanded to know why the agency would not say it was sorry. Red Cross Secretary General Douglas Lindores replied he was waiting for proof of wrong doing.

Date: 1995-11-23
Placeline: TORONTO, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 20 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << I have a variety of very complicated responsibilities and one of them is to defend my organization and my staff and be loyalty and loyal to them until such time as negligence or some other act requiring apology is in fact proven >>