KMOV’s Larry Conners on Break After IRS Comments

CBS St. Louis

Updated @ 11:40 a.m. May 16th

Anchorman Larry Conners has hired attorney Merle Silverstein. A letter on behalf of Silverstein was sent to all media outlets Friday. It stated Larry Conners has been “advised by corporate from making statements, posting on Facebook, or participating in interviews on the IRS issue. That is the only reason for his silence.”

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Sources at KMOV have confirmed that longtime anchorman Larry Conners will “take a few days off” after comments he made on Facebook about the Internal Revenue Service.

Conners wrote Monday night that shortly after he interviewed President Obama and his wife in April of 2012, the IRS “started hammering” him. Conners did not explain how the IRS targeted him.

“At the time, I dismissed the ‘co-incidence’, but now, I have concerns … after revelations about the IRS targeting various groups and their members,” Conners wrote.

Conners issued a

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