New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (l.) and Rep. Joe Sestak (D) of Pennsylvania, take questions during a news conference in Philadelphia, Penn., on Aug. 17. Bloomberg endorsed Sestak in his bid to fill Sen. Arlen Specter's Senate seat. Matt Rourke/AP
Pennsylvania Republican Senate candidate Pat Toomey makes remarks at a news conference held by the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste in view of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Penn., on July 19. Matt Rourke/AP
Rep. Joe Sestak speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington on May 28. Charles Dharapak/AP
Rep. Joseph Sestak is seen in his office on Capitol Hill in Washington on May 20. Sestak defeated Sen. Arlen Specter in the Democratic primaries and will be the Democratic candidate in the 2010 election for Specter's senate seat. Harry Hamburg/AP
On Jan. 30, Sen Arlen Specter speaks at a gathering sponsored by labor unions and citizen activist groups in Harrisburg, Pa. Carolyn Kaster/AP
Rep. Joe Sestak (l.) and Rep. Pat Toomey take part in a town hall meeting in Allentown, Penn., in September 2009. Rick Smith/AP
Veteran Republican Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania discusses his new Democratic Party allegiance at the White House with President Barack Obama on April 29, 2009. J. Scott Applewhite/AP
The interpreter was just one of several problems that cropped up at Tuesday's memorial for the former South African president and apartheid opponent.
Alan Clendenning and Ray Faure, Associated Press /
December 11, 2013
SABC via Reuters TV/REUTERS
A man who provided sign language interpretation on stage for Nelson Mandela's memorial service, attended by scores of heads of state, was a "fake," the national director of the Deaf Federation of South Africa said on Tuesday.