Kane Now Says She’ll Release Pornographic Emails

kane happyAttorney General Kathleen Kane will release thousands of pornographic and lewd emails.

At least, that is how it appears at the moment.

After previously stating that she could not do so, her spokesman Chuck Ardo indicated today that a document dump will be coming soon.

Ardo told Brad Bumsted of the Tribune-Review “there is no doubt in my mind she will” release the emails.

According to Ardo, there are about 6,000 messages that reach into such departments as the Pennsylvania State Police, and the governments of Philadelphia and Montgomery Counties.

None of these entities, though, were apparently aware that such emails existed.

Nevertheless, Kane will now seek to comply with the right-to-know requests before the Commonwealth Court.

“I’ve instructed my office to engage in a comprehensive review of all emails sitting on (attorney general) servers to fully comply with the RTK (requests),” Kane stated. “Our preliminary review has generated emails of government officials, including law enforcement officials and judges, heretofore unknown to us. These emails will be fully released either as public documents defined by the Commonwealth Court, or at my discretion.”

Bumsted also revealed that although Kane’s law license was suspended by the State Supreme Court yesterday, that action doesn’t go into effect for 30 days.

September 22nd, 2015 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Harrisburg, Top Stories | 46 Comments

46 thoughts on “Kane Now Says She’ll Release Pornographic Emails”

  1. rsklaroff says:

    “Bruce Ledewitz, an associate dean of academic affairs and professor of law at Duquesne University School of law, told Billy Penn this week that the temporary suspension of her law license — not a full revocation of that — paves the way for the state Senate to impeach her.”

    http://billypenn.com/2015/09/23/expert-heres-why-the-state-supreme-court-suspended-kathleen-kanes-law-license/

  2. Unsanctioned R says:

    Tim, doesn’t sound like you’re familiar with me. I’m glad to know that you don’t have double standard when it comes to child rape.

  3. David Diano says:

    Aaron

    The office WAS a disgrace when he ran it, as we are finding out with these emails. He got away with it, because everyone covered up instead of cleaning up.

  4. Double D is a HACK says:

    Double D — why are you such a HACK?

  5. aaron says:

    Diano – Kane just lost her license to practice law. Pretty sure corbett never lost his. Pretty sure the AGS office wasn’t a disgrace during his tenure. Not sure why you laugh off the observation. Take a poll: who was a more respectable AG – corbett or kane. I’m confident I know what the results would be.

  6. David Diano says:

    aaron-

    That is very funny. Tom Corbett. LOL.

    From today’s Philly Inquirer:
    “Jim Koval, a spokesman for the Supreme Court, said Tuesday that if Kane has pornographic messages sent or received by judges, “her proper course of action would be to refer them to the Judicial Conduct Board,” which oversees judges. ”

    What my response to Jim Koval would be if I were AG or spokesperson: “F*ck you and the Court that prematurely ruled on taking Kane’s license. Watch her spend the next 30 days burning this mother—-ing old boys club to the ground.” Then, dropping the mic. 🙂

    Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/news/politics/20150923_Kane_to_release_more_names_in_porn_scandal.html#btppiUvOwFc7EF68.99

  7. Tim says:

    Hey Unsanctioned R, Why do you have to bring the foreign occupier into this equation anyway? As far as “O’bama’s child molestation scandal” you refer to, let’s go back a little further and look at what happened under your daddy, George W. Bush.

    At the Abu Ghraib prison not only were prisoners raped and sodomized by US and coalition troops, but so were women and CHILDREN too!
    The soldiers photographed their crimes as trophies and a Federal judge ruled that these pictures were to be released. Congress instantly passed a law forbidding the release of these photos, when in fact the whole world should be witness the atrocities committed by America’s sons and daughters.

    What are state employees doing exchanging porn and lewd jokes at work over a state email system anyway. Don’t these idiots have any brains. Who the heck do they think they are anyway? These are the same people who go to church on Sunday and moralize and wag their finger at you if they don’t like your behavior, but when caught in this type of inappropriate behavior scurry for cover like the rats they really are. Call the Orkin man, it’s time to exterminate these vermin!

  8. aaron says:

    I remember the days when we had a responsible leader in the AGS office. I believe his name was Tom corbett. Really sad the disgrace that Kane and other corrupt politicians have brought to their offices.

  9. D from SePa says:

    HaHaHa — hasn’t the time expired on your latest handle?

    Copper, Platinum, BustaPerv, Whereiskanesdriver, etc

    Get a life.

    Total LOSER.

  10. HaHaHa says:

    PA Dem – Agreed. For months, the shills were here (and elsewhere) calling the e-mails “office porn” (LOL – as if there is such a thing) and “sophomoric” ….

    If I’m Kane, I don’t release them all right now though. I hold back on the stuff I need to use at trial when Fina is on the stand.

    POPCORN will be ready!!

  11. Montco PA Dem says:

    Yep, that’s what all the commenters here said before we saw any of them, too: “No big deal.” “Nothing the matter with a little joke.” “Nobody cares about this stuff.”

    Then the “tip of the iceberg” emails were released and everybody got to see what disgusting crap was being passed around by Corbett’s AG office. And it turned out that lots of people cared.

    I’m guessing that the same will be true for the rest of these, too. One person’s racist, sexist garbage may be somebody else’s anticlimax — we won’t know until they’re all released.

  12. D from SePa says:

    What’s next, Big Moola (cool handle, incidentally), a quote from Bill Cosby?

  13. D from SePa says:

    Big Moola — Did you just quote the guy who stands accused of FOUR sexual assaults? The guy who fled to Ecuador to avoid arrest in the same?

    Looks like the irony of his quote flew directly over your head.

  14. Big Moola says:

    “One of the best ways to achieve justice is to expose injustice.”
    ― Julian Assange

  15. D from SePa says:

    anticlimactic

    an·ti·cli·max
    (ăn′tē-klī′măks′, ăn′tī-)
    n.
    1. A decline viewed in disappointing contrast with a previous rise: the anticlimax of a brilliant career.

    2. Something trivial or commonplace that concludes a series of significant events: After a week of dramatic negotiations, all that followed was anticlimax.

    3. A sudden change in speaking or writing from the impressive or significant to the ludicrous or inconsequential, or an instance of this.

    an′ti·cli·mac′tic (-klī-măk′tĭk) adj.

    an′ti·cli·mac′ti·cal·ly adv.

  16. HaHaHa says:

    Rey … D from SE …. Same person? LOL

    Or just two shills typing the same thing? Since you just intimated that you know who is on the e-mail chain(s) and what they received/looked at – tell us. Please make sure your list is complete.

    BTW – Why would Pat be “disappointed” if the folks in law enforcement are NOT corrupt? I would think that is what we would all want.

  17. HaHaHa says:

    Nick is here to call the e-mails “pornographic” again. Angelo in the INKY doing the same thing. But this is not pornographic; it’s racist:

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/zadock1/3579812419

    Perhaps they are mis-labeling them “porn” to get clicks. But the stuff in that binder are much worse. They are a glimpse into the souls of those creeps. They show what they REALLY think of Blacks. What they REALLY think of women. Not to mention the photos of kids forced to pose in sexual positions. They are not simply porn watchers. They are racist pig creeps.

  18. D from SePa says:

    Pat–You WILL be very disappointed. Not a prediction.

  19. Rey Quinones says:

    Pat,

    I have a feeling you’re going to be vastly disappointed.

  20. Pat Unger says:

    I have a feeling we are about to find out why so many were willing to help Frank Fina (who we already know is racist/sexist) with his smear campaign.

    Hold onto your hats.

  21. Observer #2 says:

    Tim says:
    Tim, me thinks you nailed it! Everyone–re-read Tim’s message!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  22. D from SePa says:

    Unsanctioned R — keep your eye on the ball: KK

  23. Unsanctioned R says:

    David, If I didn’t know better, it looks like you’re giving several reasons justifying Obama’s looking the other way to heinous, repeated, child rape on U.S. bases. Maybe our President and the Pope have more in common than we know.

  24. D from SePa says:

    Diano — there’s a criminal charge for that: Indecent Assault.

    Let me guess. No big deal?

  25. David Diano says:

    Multi-Tasker General-

    I thought the story was that at a bar, after work, Duecker had a few drinks and put his hand on a female coworker’s leg.

    Unsanctioned R-

    I’m sure you and your buddies are jealous that you couldn’t be abusing the boys like Afghan police officers. However, the incidences in the article are from 2010, 2011 and 2012.

    Let’s not pretend that the US forces didn’t routinely harass and kill innocent civilians there and in Iraq.

    It’s a sovereign nation and unless the US is going to run it, we don’t legally have jurisdiction. Although, we should on a US military base.

  26. Unsanctioned R says:

    Tim, so glad you brought up “Pedo State.” How do you feel about Obama’s child molestation scandal?

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/21/world/asia/us-soldiers-told-to-ignore-afghan-allies-abuse-of-boys.html

  27. Multi-Tasker General says:

    Tim, that’s an interesting take. Kane won because she was going to “get Tom Corbett.” Of course, her expensive investigation into the Sandusky case turned up nothing except Kane’s laughably false statement (later retracted) that there were additional victims during the investigation. As for the culture that you allege Kane is cleaning up, how do you reconcile that with her promotion of Duecker after he groped women in the office?

  28. Tim says:

    It’s what happens when the new sheriff comes to town and cleans up the crooked gambling hall operator, the bar keep who waters down his whiskey and the madam whose cathouse fleeces all the customers after her girls drop a Mickey Finn in their drinks. You see, this is all political fallout from the “Pedo State” Sandusky-Paterno scandal that reverberated through the state like a magnitude 9 earthquake. With so much money involved and the phoney front put up by all the Penn State alumni and state officials seeing their cash cow, [read-sacred cow] football program biting the dust they had to cover their butts and defend their turf.

    Kane came in and saw what a rat’s nest Corbett had left the AG’S office and the politics he played and the passes he gave to people he should have indicted, it was only natural for any person with an ounce of common sense to be outraged at the state of affairs there.

    Sure the high court can temporarily suspend her law license, but good luck try to get her disbarred – that’s just wishful thinking. People have woken up and are getting wise to these Republican traitors to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Their day in the sun will fade as the voters come to realize that “politics as usual” is unacceptable as evidence by the Republicans’ intransigence in compromising on a state budget.

  29. Unsanctioned R says:

    I think Jesus, Mohammed, and Buddha got a few too. Sheesh…

  30. Montco PA Dem says:

    Bruce Castor, eh? Should be decent fodder for the Montco DA’s race. No wonder the Montgomery County Republican hierarchy has been so gung-ho to keep these under wraps and destroy Kane.

  31. Observer says:

    There is no doubt in my mind that Bruce Castor is on the email chain, as is Judge Carpenter’s running mate, Judge Furber. Ed Rendell, too! Should be great fun to see where thes ORIGINATE from! Where are Wikileaks and Anonymous when you need them?

  32. gulagPittsburgh says:

    As I’ve said before, there needs to be an index of names of senders and recipients and their govt positions.
    Most will be looking at courts and Nontgomery County, which should be very interesting. But I am just as interested to see who at OAG was chummy with who at PA State Police.

  33. Unsanctioned R says:

    “When an honest person like AG Kane comes to office…”

    Check your compass.

  34. jmarshak says:

    Remember Ken Starr? When he investigated the Clintons and released his findings, liberals called him a pervert and decried his efforts as a big waste of taxpayer dollars. But now they’re praising Kathleen Kane for doing essentially the same thing.

  35. David Diano says:

    I think that at the press conference, Kane should dress like a Greek Goddess and shout:

    RELEASE THE KRAKEN !

  36. Observer #2 says:

    When an honest person like AG Kane comes to office, all the scoundrels inhabiting the inner recesses of our corrupt system go after her. Why would any honest, sincere person ever want to take office in PA in the future? Very sickening. Release the emails–let’s see who some of these inner recess inhabitants are.

  37. isn't it ironic? says:

    That’s a picture of her sister.

  38. Unsanctioned R says:

    If only all the federal agencies would throw caution to the wind and out the sick and wasteful union employees there as well.

  39. Lotto Fever says:

    I am so glad kathy kane is going to bring down all these government officials . Especially Montgomery County that is going after Kathy Kane . I bet Judge Carpenter is on that porn list and the Montgomery County . prosecutors that are trying to get kathy kane .

  40. Unknown says:

    Diano: Kane is destined for a federal prison. That is not a prognostication; that is a absolute, unequivocal guarantee. It is not open to dispute. It is all but foreordained. And it is imminent. Though I admire your tenacity, your efforts are better spent elsewhere.

  41. Marie says:

    I am glad Attorney General Kane is releasing the emails. I want to know where my tax dollars went and how they were wasted. I don’t want to hear the BS that they did it on their lunch time. It’s still a state computer, that was purchased with my tax dollars.

  42. Unsanctioned R says:

    After all the excuses (lies?)…what’s changed?

  43. HaHaHa aka Busta aka where is Kanes driver says:

    Dat face doe

  44. David Diano says:

    I’m sure the Disciplinary Board will be glad she found their lost emails. 🙂

  45. Montco PA Dem says:

    It appears we are on our way to Mutual Assured Destruction. Duck and cover.

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