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Old 03-03-2013, 14:25
patsylimerick
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With the greatest of respect, she worked with him on a daily basis for a number of years so I would say her opinion of him is very relevant. I didn't see the interview but I assume she was asked what sort of person he was and she answered accordingly. If he was nice to her and treated her with respect, then I can't see any real problem with saying that.

Should she be forced to add a caveat that she is "shocked and appaled" by the charges or something along those lines ?
You clearly didn't see the interview. She said she shouldn't comment but he was lovely and she couldn't believe he would do..............'anyway I can't talk about it................ but he's so lovely'...................
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