Subpoenas Coming in Kane Impeachment Probe
As reported by Angela Couloumbis of the Inquirer, the House committee debating whether to impeach the Attorney General will begin issuing subpoenas for documents and testimony.
House Courts Subcommittee Chair Todd Stephens will continue with the investigation despite the fact that Kane is not running for re-election and is already facing a trial in August.
“I do think there is merit to continue to investigation,” Rep. Stephens said.
Kane’s trial, set to start August 8th, concerns twelve charges against the AG. They are two felony counts of perjury as well as ten misdemeanors: three counts of official oppression, three counts of conspiracy, two counts of false swearing and two counts of obstruction.