According to Angela Couloumbis and Craig R. McCoy of the Inquirer, hundreds of state employees were informed they’ll be named in the Gansler Report.
Apparently letters went out on Wednesday to anyone included in the special report concerning pornographic emails being distributed among the Attorney General’s office.
The recipients have until Monday to protest their inclusion although they don’t any details about why their names will show up in the report.
In response, Castor is attempting to calm the staff.
“Please don’t be anxious,” Castor wrote. “I am conferring with senior staff on how to proceed.”
The effort doesn’t appear to be working.
“People are in tears,” one person told the Inquirer. “Nothing is going on in the office now.”
Adding to the drama is the recently revealed news that the State Senate is set to confirm and swear in Bruce Beemer as AG on Tuesday.
It’s unclear how Beemer feels about releasing the report or whether Castor would put it out on his way out the door.