That is the report from Brad Bumsted of the Tribune-Review.
“Attorney General Kathleen Kane is expected to be charged criminally as soon as Thursday in connection with an investigation that began last year with a statewide grand jury, sources told the Tribune-Review,” Bumsted writes.
Kane’s spokesman and lawyer have not confirmed that she will be charged.
“I have no way of knowing what the Montgomery County district attorney plans to do, or when she plans to do it,” Kane’s spokesman Chuck Ardo stated.
“At this point I can’t confirm anything,” New York City lawyer Gerald Shargel told Bumsted. Shargel has represented Kane since she testified before the grand jury in November. “We continue to maintain she is innocent of any wrongdoing and she has no plans to resign her office.”
Last year, a grand jury recommended charges of perjury, criminal contempt, obstruction of justice and official oppression be issued against the Attorney General.
Montgomery County DA Risa Vetri Ferman is tasked with deciding whether to act on those recommendations.
This case stems from a June Daily News article that suggested Frank Fina fumbled a case involving a Philly civil rights leader.
A full timeline of Kane’s case is can be accessed here.