Anita Hill refuses to apologize after voicemail
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Anita Hill is refusing to apologize for the sexual harassment allegations she made 19 years ago against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
This comes after Thomas' wife Virginia left a voicemail for Hill on Oct. 9, asking Hill to apologize
Hill called the request inappropriate, but had nothing further to say Tuesday morning.
Hill is now a law professor at Brandeis University. She says Thomas harassed her when they worked together prior to his Supreme Court nomination.
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