Probe Reveals Details of ‘Dirty Dancing’ That Brought Down N.H. Official

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Former New Hampshire attorney general Peter Heed didn't do anything criminal when he briefly touched a female social worker while dancing at a state-sponsored conference this spring, according to a report released yesterday. The Concord Monitor says Sullivan County Attorney Marc Hathaway found that Heed's touch was not assault because "the contact was on a dance floor - a sometimes socially ambiguous social environment." The 20-page report is packed with details of the events that led to Heed's abrupt resignation last month, including an alleged conspiracy to cover up a photo of Heed on the . . .

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