Given that the Attorney General is already facing eight criminal charges, it’s tough to imagine that is possible.
The recent search of Kane’s office, however, may have unveiled further evidence of wrongdoing.
According to Angela Couloumbis and Craig R. McCoy of the Inquirer, the investigators found the signed oath of secrecy that they were looking for.
This document is a pledge by Kane to not reveal information from grand juries going back to 1980. During her testimony, the AG stated that she had not signed this particular document and that such a policy was impractical.
“We don’t go back and sign [oaths for] every grand jury from the beginning of time,” she stated under oath on Nov. 17th. “You can’t do that.”
If the investigators did indeed find the document and Kane signed it, the Attorney General could face a second charge of perjury.