The Canadian Press

2008-01-31 | Goudge-Inquiry

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A disgraced pathologist gave a tearful apology January 31st to an innocent man who spent more than a decade in prison for the death of his niece. In an emotional exchange at an inquiry probing the work of Dr. Charles Smith, William Mullins-Johnson stood before Smith as the doctor apologized. (Mullins-Johnson said for the sake of his own healing he had forgiven Smith, but added Smith's work had destroyed his family.)

Date: 2008-01-31
Placeline: Toronto, ON, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 32 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << Sir I don't expect that you would forgive me but I do want to make it I'm sorry I do want to make it very clear T. then I am profoundly sorry for the role that I played in the all too much decision the fact I am sorry >>

Clip ID: 20080131CNCP01