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It's easy now to said I'm so sorry those words by soprano Luz del Albert Rubio reflect those of many an opera circles now that superstar Placido Domingo has apologized for his treatment of women Patricia wolf is one of the singers whose allegations to the Associated Press launched the probe that led to the report she questions the sincerity and timing of the apology why is he apologizing now why is he speaking up now well says she and others want to see to mingle expelled from the U. S. operating and to show that such behavior is unacceptable I'm Oscar wells Gabriel