INDIANA’S EMBATTLED A-G TURNS TO FORMER ANCHOR FOR HELP

Indiana’s Attorney-General Curtis Hill is in a lot of hot water over allegations that he inappropriately touched four women at a bar in March.

So who does he turn to?

Hill announced Wednesday that former TV reporter-anchor Chris Proffitt has joined his office as communications director.

Proffitt was a 26-year veteran of tv news, having worked at both WTHR  and WRTV before the latter station showed him the door in 2016.

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb, House Speaker Brian Bosma, Senate Pro Tem David Long and other Republican and Democratic elected officials have all called for Hill to resign amid the sexual misconduct accusations.

A special prosecutor will be appointed to help assist the Office of the Indiana Inspector General in an investigation of the groping allegations against Attorney General Curtis Hill.

And a fired tv anchor will certainly help make everything better.

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