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For former AG Kane, bitter months ahead as sentencing looms

post-gazette.com — Facing a possible prison term, the loss of her law license, an impeachment push and a contentious divorce, former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane can expect bitter months ahead. Still, the Scranton Democrat appeared calm, almost serene, after her conviction last week on perjury charges. "I have no regrets," she said.

For Kane, bitter months ahead as sentencing looms

philly.com — Facing a possible prison term, the loss of her law license, an impeachment push, and a contentious divorce, former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane can expect bitter months ahead. Still, the Scranton Democrat appeared calm, almost serene, after her conviction last week on perjury charges. "I have no regrets," she said.

Pennsylvania Governor Nominates Ex-Prosecutor Who Helped Convict Kane to Replace Her as AG

governing.com — Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on Thursday nominated a former top state prosecutor to serve as attorney general and replace the convicted Kathleen Kane, in a move that would end the fleeting tenure of Bruce L. Castor Jr. Wolf said his nominee, Bruce Beemer, has the support of Republican and Democratic legislative leaders.

Gov. Wolf nominates Bruce Beemer, Kane's ex-chief deputy, as state attorney general

post-gazette.com — HARRISBURG - Gov. Tom Wolf today nominated a former top state prosecutor to serve as attorney general to fill out the remaining months of Kathleen Kane's term. The governor's selection of Bruce Beemer, if approved by the Senate, as expected, would end the brief tenure of Kane appointee Bruce L.

Governor nominates former state prosecutor to replace Kane as attorney general, ousting Bruce Castor

philly.com — HARRISBURG - Gov. Wolf on Thursday nominated a former top state prosector to serve as attorney general to fill out the remaining months of Kathleen Kane's term. The governor's selection of Bruce Beemer, if approved by the Senate, as expected, would end the brief tenure of Kane appointee Bruce L.

Kane quietly steps down from Pa.’s AG post

post-gazette.com — SCRANTON, Pa. - Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane seemed the picture of serenity Wednesday as she walked into her office for the last time as the state's top law enforcement official. "I try to live my life without any regrets," Ms. Kane, who was convicted this week of perjury and other crimes, told reporters outside her Scranton office.

On last day in office, Kane says she has 'no regrets'

philly.com — Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane seemed the picture of serenity Wednesday as she walked into her office for the last time as the state's top law enforcement official. "I try to live my life without any regrets," Kane, who was convicted this week of perjury and other crimes, told reporters outside her Scranton office.

Once a Rising Star, Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane Convicted and Pushed to Resign

governing.com — Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane, who was convicted Monday of perjury and other crimes, will resign Wednesday, her once-promising career in state politics felled by a fixation on seeking revenge against enemies that led her to break the law.

Pa. Attorney General Kathleen Kane to resign after perjury conviction

virginislandsdailynews.com — HARRISBURG, Pa. - Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane, who was convicted Monday of perjury and other crimes, will resign Wednesday, her once-promising career in state politics felled by a fixation on seeking revenge against enemies that led her to break the law.

Attorney General Kane to resign

philly.com — HARRISBURG - Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane, who was convicted Monday of perjury and other crimes, announced she will resign Wednesday. In announcing her intention to step down, Kane, 50, the state's first woman and first Democrat elected to the office, said only: "I have been honored to serve the people of Pennsylvania and I wish them health and safety in all their days."
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Aug 18, 2016

Gov. Wolf appoints Bruce Beemer as the state's new AG. If confirmed by Senate, he will end Acting AG Bruce Castor's short term at the helm

Aug 16, 2016

BREAKING: Kane resigns, effective end of day tomorrow, she announces in statement.

Aug 16, 2016

Sentencing for PA AG Kane has been scheduled for Oct. 24th at 10 a.m.


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