Saturday, November 8, 2014

Kane's office begins punishing workers in porn email scandal: report

A Pittsburgh newspaper is reporting that Attorney General Kathleen Kane has begun punishing some of the reported 30 current employees implicated in a pornography-sharing ring under her predecessors.

The offensive emails were unearthed earlier this year, as part of Kane's review of her predecessor's handling of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.

The resulting shock waves have already forced a Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice, a Corbett Administration cabinet secretary, and a member of the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole to leave their jobs.

The latter two were former OAG staffers.

Kane has pledged to take disciplinary action against any current staffer shown to have been involved in friend-to-friend porn email exchanges, though her office has said it will only comment on that process when it is complete.

Full Article & Source:
Kane's office begins punishing workers in porn email scandal: report

See Also:
Pennsylvania Supreme Court suspends Justice Seamus McCaffery

Judicial board to review McCaffery e-mails complaint

Porn Email Claims Could Trigger Discipline For Pa. Justice


Finny said...

This is pitiful.

Anonymous said...

Sure would be nice if her office went after nursing home administrators/doctors/nurses who chemically restrain their residents. I guess work gets done when the media intervenes.