Homerun | Jul 29, 2013 | 6:55

Bar owners on responsibility

A 67-year-old woman is dead after a man, soon after being kicked out of a bar for being aggressive, alledgedly attacked her. Two Montreal bar owners discuss where their responsability ends when ejecting an aggressive patron.

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