HARRISBURG (CBS) — It was a wacky holiday weekend in the office of embattled Attorney General Kathleen Kane.

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The announcement Saturday morning set off a buzz: on Tuesday, Attorney General Kathleen Kane would release the much-anticipated preliminary findings of the investigation into “inappropriate” emails captured on Attorney General’s Office servers.

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On Monday morning, reporters were sent a reminder of the scheduled event. Then Monday afternoon, another announcement from Kane’s new second-in-command, Bruce Castor: the email event was cancelled, with Castor explaining that he didn’t realize the preliminary report wasn’t ready for release.

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Even before all this unfolded, Chuck Ardo, Kane’s most recent of more than half a dozen press secretaries, announced his intention to step down, saying he can no longer in good conscience do a job he says requires him to “explain the inexplicable.”