Transcript for Indiana state attorney general accused of groping
It happened so fast you don't realize it. And you know this is back in 1969 I didn't know what to do so I didn't do anything and that. Gross hasn't forgotten the sexual harassment she faced at work decades ago. On Saturday shall stand with the other women at the Indiana Statehouse. Basically there to support the victims. Who've been harassed. By Curtis hill. And let them know that lived there for them and that we don't want him to be able to get away with this. Four women have come forward with allegations of groping against the attorney general according to a memo written by a law firm that investigated the claims. I believe in right or wrong. But but also don't believe in the lynch mob. Reverend Charles Harrison is the leader of the Indy ten point coalition. He says hill has always had honorable conduct with women when they spent together all we now swing in the pendulum too far in the other directs Harrison's crime fighting organization has gotten backing from hill in the last year. The attorney general's help secure half a million dollars in funding for the Indy ten point coalition. A fact the reverend says doesn't matter where there's enough. To do with money in you know in defense point. You know if it is only got money to expand. You know but the models across the state. You know but it has nothing to do we have right or wrong. Harrison says it's too soon to call forty resignation without all the facts. In the meantime grows and other women planning a march Saturday had this to say. They can't get away with it that women are speaking out now and that you know just because you have a position apparel. You can't use that against people reporting and Indianapolis Matthew McClellan RTV six.
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