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Celebrity apologies: When ‘sorry’ just isn’t enough

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From Paula Deen to Anthony Weiner, we’ve all seen our share of public apologies. But why does the public forgive some people and not others? Body language expert Janine Driver and Marvet Britto, founder of the public relations firm The Britto Agency, address the question.