The Canadian Press

2004-01-07 | Sask Foster Sex Lawsuit

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Saskatoon's police chief offered a formal apology on January 7th to 12 people who were wrongly charged with sexual abuse against foster children. Among them was Richard Klassen, who said he'd been waiting 13 years for an apology. (A Saskatoon judge ruled that a Crown prosecutor, a Saskatoon police officer and therapist were all guilty of malicious prosecution.)

Date: 2004-01-07
Placeline: REGINA, Saskatchewan.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 15 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << this is the first apology be God I called my brother in Red Deer Alberta who's on top of the ladder painting and I said the police chief in Saskatoon has just extended his apologies to us and I mean he was totally silent lost it bro >>