PA Supreme Court Unseals More Records of Kane Investigation
The PA Supreme Court unsealed the records, which chronicle the grand jury investigation of the Attorney General.
The request to release these documents was made by Judge William Carpenter and not Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
According to Wallace McKelvey of the Patriot-News, documents relating to the infamous pornographic emails can be reviewed in person at the Prothonotary’s office.
All the released the documents are included below:
UPDATE: The Attorney General released the following statement on August 27th:
“I applaud the Pennsylvania Supreme Court for releasing the emails and attachments first exposed by the Moulton investigation into the Sandusky prosecution on June 23, 2014. It should never have taken so long for the release of all of these emails, although I recognize that my office is, in part, to blame for this delay.
While the Supreme Court’s releases make moot my office’s appeal covering a large part of the Right-To-Know Law (RTKL) requests they do not cover all the attendant materials in the possession of the OAG covered by the RTKL requests. Some of the materials, currently in possession of the OAG, were never submitted to the Supreme Court as part of any proceedings.
I have, therefore, instructed my office to continue its RTKL appeal in Commonwealth Court solely for the purpose of seeking guidance with respect to the release of any materials covered by the outstanding RTKL requests that was not released by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court yesterday.”