Justice Seamus McCaffery, caught in a porn e-mail scandal, is accusing the court’s chief justice, Ron Castille, of trying to use the scandal to take him down.
The Pennsylvania Attorney General and the Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court have reached an agreement over those racy emails that were uncovered by the AG recently.
Four Northeastern states have agreed to collaborate in investigations of heroin trafficking that often cross state lines, authorities said Wednesday.
A second Pennsylvania state official has stepped down in the wake of the scandal surrounding some pornographic emails exchanged among a number of state officials.
State Representative Metcalfe On Gov. Corbett: ‘I Don’t Think He Knows How To Lead Behind A Microphone, Which He’s Proven’
Chris Stigall talked with State Representative Daryl Metcalfe, from Pennsylvania’s 12th Legislative District, about tensions among Republicans in the legislature and Governor Tom Corbett’s chances for re-election in November.
“It is critical for the governor to get this information in front of him so that he can make an informed determination on next steps,” said the governor’s communications director.
Chris discussed the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder, Kathryn Knott being fired from her job in an emergency room, and Derek Jeter’s final game at Yankee Stadium. He talked to Chris Butler on Finance Friday at 7:00, Ray Didinger at 8:00, and Penn Professor Dr. Jason Karlawish at 8:20.
The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office Thursday allowed reporters to view explicit emails shared among state employees.
Chris talked about the media coverage of the gay couple assaulted in Center City, Shaneen Allen being offered pre-trial intervention, and President Obama’s address of the threat posed by ISIL at the United Nations. He also welcomed the Eagles Cheerleaders into the studio at 8:35.
Several Pennsylvania news organizations are seeking the release of materials the judge says are “described variously as being pornographic or sexually explicit in nature.”
Several Pennsylvania news organizations were seeking the release of materials the judge says are “described variously as being pornographic or sexually explicit in nature.”
Now, Pennsylvania attorney general Kathleen Kane says that consumers have to be alert for “phishing” schemes that come in e-mails.
“Rather than waiting for the evidence that we need to make an arrest of a child predator, we can now make that arrest within three to four hours,” said state attorney general Kathlee Kane.
The state attorney general’s office says it’s been happening all across Pennsylvania the past few weeks.
The probe was later shut down by state attorney general Kathleen Kane, saying she she had no choice because the investigation was so flawed.