Ama rejects pathology accreditation inquiry

Ama rejects pathology accreditation inquiry

9:38 pm, March 17, 2013

I am disappointed that our investigation will not progress towards the conviction of the alleged perpetrators of the sexual assaults in our investigation.

The allegations against Mr. B, and the victims’ names, are credible. I have been advised that the victims have had to be given formal statements to confirm their claims, and that there is a large backlog in proceedings that the courts can complete. We are now seeking full time professionals for our investigation as well as for our investigation staff, to ensure that there is an end to the harassment that exis바카라사이트ts within our process.

While this may be, indeed, a step i우리카지노n the right direction, the investigation into sexual assault and violence on the basis of pathology accreditation should be carried out on a case-by-case basis as with any other investigation.

I want to acknowledge this is not an apology or an acceptance of responsibility. It has nothing to do with anything the investigation did or doesn’t have to do, because it is still ongoing. There are lots of problems with the way the process is designed that need addressing, and that is one of the reasons for this decision. This is a difficult one to make, but at this juncture we have to make sure that the outcome of the case does not diminish our trust and commitment to making the most of the opportunity our process has to provide.

9:31 pm, March 17, 2013

I am truly sorry for the distress I caused my vi바카라ctims, my colleagues, my community, and Mr. B’s family. I had to make the difficult decision, having exhausted my options, not to pursue criminal charges.

As a result, the outcome of the case is important. There can only be justice when justice is done. I will do everything in my power to make this happen so that I can be at my home every day.

Ama

9:21 pm, March 17, 2013

I understand that you have given yourself an unprecedented opportunity to meet with your victims and ask them to come forward and give evidence against the alleged perpetrators. Unfortunately, the outcome of this will not be determined until the hearing process reaches its conclusions. If you wish to continue this investigation, please see our online petition and call the Speaker of the House to discuss this matter in person.

9:17 pm, March 17, 2013

There is a delay of three months from the date when this information is made public to your formal meeting with your victim