Solicitor General Bruce Castor, however, is not satisfied
According to Craig R. McCoy and Angela Couloumbis of the Inquirer, Castor believes the report isn’t ready for prime-time.
“Looking at the emails, I was unable to follow which folks sent what – and if I can’t understand it, how are we supposed to explain it to the public,” Castor said. “There is no way this is ready to go. It was incomplete.”
The dispute highlights a complex situation that has existed ever since the Attorney General’s law license has been suspended. She appointed Castor to do the work she couldn’t and hired Gansler to conduct the investigation she wanted. At the moment, though, the report is indefinitely delayed.
“I’d rather hear whether the law was being properly enforced rather than whether a bunch of adolescent emails were being sent around,” Castor told McCoy and Couloumbis. “I don’t care about the outcome of the report. I just want it to be thorough and complete. I didn’t want little pieces of the pie, and that’s what I got: I got a porno slice.”
Looks like Gansler will have to go back and find as much of that pie as he can.