In a Praecipe dated March 7, 2011, Dearborn County Prosecutor F. Aaron Negangard directed the “Court Reporter of the Dearborn Superior Court II to prepare and certify a full and complete transcript of the grand jury proceedings.” In a hearing, dated July 18, 2011, Deputy Prosecutor Kisor instructed defendant Brewington to rely on a “complete” transcription of the grand jury proceedings to develop a defense. On August 17, 2011, Negangard made the first mention of “witness testimony” in describing the transcripts. The table of contents from the grand jury transcripts show Page 1 as the beginning of witness testimony. There is no record of anyone instructing Court Reporter Barbara Ruwe to omit the opening and other portions of the grand jury proceeding. Negangard had Ruwe omit portions of grand jury proceedings without informing Brewington, thus depriving Brewington of indictment information and evidence. Negangard is now the second in command for Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill. Curtis Hill’s office now represents the Dearborn Superior Court II in Brewington’s Lawsuit seeking the grand jury audio behind the altered transcripts. And Attorney General Curtis Hill knows all of this.