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(Pa. attorney general Kathleen Kane with Geoffrey Moulton, the former federal prosecutor who conducted the review of the Sandusky prosecution under Tom Corbett.  Photo by Tony Romeo)

Probe: No Political Foot-Dragging By Then-AG Corbett in Sandusky Prosecution

The long-awaited report on the length of the Jerry Sandusky investigation concludes that there is no evidence to support that the probe was deliberately slowed down for political reasons.

06/23/2014

(Former Penn State president Graham Spanier, in file photo.  Credit: Hunter Martin/ Getty Images)

Penn State Ex-President’s Lawsuit Seeks To End His Prosecution in Sandusky Scandal

Former Penn State University president Graham Spanier is seeking to stop the state’s case against him in the Jerry Sandusky scandal. Spanier says he thought Penn State’s lawyer was representing him.

03/31/2014

(Pa. Attorney General Kathleen Kane.  Credit: Tony Romeo)

Morris, R’Nel Talk to Inquirer Reporter about Breaking Pa. Attorney General Story

Dick Morris and Gary R’Nel spoke with Philadelphia Inquirer Reporter Craig McCoy, who co-authored their story last week about Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane halting an investigation that allegedly caught many politicians, including some high ranking Democrats, accepting bribes.

03/24/2014

(File photo provided)

Former Pa. Legislative Staffer Gets 1½-4 Years As ‘Bonusgate’ Probe Rolls On

As he left the courtroom, Mike Manzo told reporters he was disappointed by others involved in the case who blamed the “culture” of Harrisburg for their actions.

04/16/2012

File photo:  Brett Feese, on the day of his arraignment in Nov. 2009.  Credit:  Tony Romeo)

Former Pa. Rep. Brett Feese Guilty On All Counts In ‘Computergate’ Case

A jury has convicted former GOP lawmaker Brett Feese of all 40 corruption counts against him.

11/08/2011

(Former Pennsylvania House speaker John Perzel, center, approaches the Dauphin County Courthouse to enter his guilty pleas.  Credit: Tony Romeo)

Former Pa. House Speaker Perzel Enters His Guilty Pleas

Ex-Rep. John Perzel entered the guilty plea to two counts of conflict of interest, two counts of theft, and four counts of conspiracy.

08/31/2011