Anita Hill

October 20, 2010 by Post Team 

Anita Hill, Anita Hill, whose accusations of sexual harassment almost derailed Supreme Court nomination of Clarence Thomas Supreme Court, has no plans to apologize for his accusations almost two decades.

The response of Hill, now a law professor at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, comes after a message left by her during the weekend by the wife of Thomas, Virginia, which called for an apology.

Charles Radin, director of Brandeis news and communications, said Hill received a voice mail message and turned it over to the campus Public Safety Department, which in turn gave it to the FBI.

Special Agent Jason Pack, an FBI spokesman in Washington declined to comment Tuesday night.

“No doubt he thought the call was inappropriate,” Hill said in a statement issued by CNN on Brandeis. “I have no intention of apologizing because he testified truth about my experience and I stand by that testimony.”

In a statement to CNN, New York “Ginni” Thomas said, “I made a call to Ms. Hill in her office extends an olive branch to her after all these years, with the hope that ultimately could get past what happened so long ago. That offer still stands, I’d be very happy to meet and talk with her if she would be willing to do the same. Certainly no offense was ever intended. ”

According to a source of Brandeis, who spoke on condition of anonymity, the message left by the weekend, said:

“Good morning, Anita Hill, is Ginni Thomas. I just wanted to get through the waves and the years and ask you to consider something. I would like you to consider an apology for some time and a full explanation of why he did what he did with my husband. Therefore, to think and certainly pray about it and come to understand why he did what he did. OK, have a good day. ”

Thomas is a conservative activist who founded the Central Freedom.

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