March 26, 1930 (16th Parliament, 4th Session)

IND

Alan Webster Neill

Independent

Mr. NEILL:

I said, sir, I supposed I could, but never for a moment would I think of doing so. I do suggest there must be something of a guilty conscience about the hon. gentleman who gets up and denies making the statement. Is there not a saying in French: Qui s'excuse s'accuse? Or, to render it into the vernacular: He is guilty who defends himself against no accusation.

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