TWS: So there’s no way to prove your innocence here?

Blumenthal: We need to do the full fact-finding, and I’m not speculating on what the standard should be. But we need to know the facts.

TWS: So you don’t know how an innocent person could prove his innocence in this situation? I mean, if it was yourself and a 35-year-old accusation from one person, how would you prove your innocence here?

Blumenthal: The investigation has to talk to the witnesses who were there at the time, has to include all records and other evidence. That’s the way cases are done. That’s the way cases are proven.