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By James Roxbury
Saturday October 11, 2014 at 7:13 am

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille reviewed emails provided by the OAG on Friday October 10th.


From the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Pennsylvania Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille urged his colleagues Friday to take action against Justice Seamus P. McCaffery, reacting to newly disclosed sexually explicit e-mails McCaffery sent this year to the government account of his brother, a Philadelphia Common Pleas Court judge.

In an interview, Castille, who viewed the messages obtained by The Inquirer, said their graphic contents "undermine our moral authority" and the respect the citizenry has for the court system. ______________________

Archive published October 3, 2014.

As resignations begin in the email porn scandal referred to as Porngate we went to our archives to provide a look at some of the public officials reported to be involved in either receiving, sending, or forwarding pornographic material.

On September 29, 2014 the Philadelphia Inquirer published the following names.

Among those who received or sent the e-mails were State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan; state Department of Environmental Protection chief E. Christopher Abruzzo; former Corbett spokesman Kevin Harley; Glenn Parno, now an attorney in the DEP; Chris Carusone, Corbett's onetime liaison to the legislature; Randy Feathers, a Corbett appointee on the state Board of Probation and Parole; Richard Sheetz, the former head of the Attorney General's criminal law division; and Pat Blessington, a onetime top prosecutor in the Attorney General's Office who now works for the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office.


From our archives.

Attorney General Tom Corbett with Rick Sheetz, Chris Carusone, James Reeder, Marc Costanzo, and Frank Fina at a press event on the guilty verdicts in the Bonusgate investigation. March 23, 2010.

A brief statement on yesterday's guilty verdict.


Attorney General Linda Kelly introduces Frank Noonan, William Conley, Bruce Beemer, Rick Sheetz, Frank Fina, Jonnelle Eshbach, Randy Feathers, Anthony Sassano, and George Bivens during a press event on Jerry Sandusky. Monday November 11, 2011.

A number of key people.

AG Linda Kelly comments on the guilty verdict of Jerry Sandusky June 23, 2012.

Members of the prosecution team.


Kevin Harley, press secretary to Governor Tom Corbett February 22, 2011.

Governor Corbett supports drilling on State land.


Archive video Senate Appropriations Committee February 18, 2014.

From left to right.

Deputy Secretary Jeff Logan.

Secretary Chris Abruzzo.

Dana Aunkst, Designated Acting Secretary as of October 2, 2014.

Most regulation and legislation happens after an event.

As long as I was going to be at DEP.


William Ryan, Chair of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. February 26, 2014.

Applicants for a possible Philadelphia casino license.

In February 2011 as acting Attorney General Ryan changed the email retention policy from five years to six months.


Archive video June 23, 2014.

Attorney General Kathleen Kane and Special Deputy Attorney General H. Geoffrey Moulton discussing emails recovered during the investigation of Gerald Sandusky.

A true computer forensic genius.

Photo/Natalie Cake file 2013.

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