The Canadian Press

1997-02-24 | Gardens Sex Assaults

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Allegations of sex abuse rocked Maple Leaf Gardens. Two men were charged after Martin Kruze alleged that Gardens' employees had coerced him and other boys into sex acts in exchange for tickets and hockey souvenirs. Kruze had taken his allegations to Gardens officials in 1993. But lawyer Brian Bellmore said police were not called in because a Garden's investigation turned up no evidence.

Date: 1997-02-24
Placeline: TORONTO, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 22 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << it was a matter that was taken very seriously it was referred to our lawyers it was investigated by our lawyers through and experienced an investigation firm and they they did all of the investigations that they reasonably required and they reported to us that they had found no evidence to substantiate the allegation >>