Attorney General Kathleen Kane will release her office’s report on how Gov. Tom Corbett handled the Sandusky investigation at 10:30 a.m. on Monday at a Harrisburg news conference, her office announced today.
Corbett received flak for how he handled his investigation when he was AG, but reports said that Kane’s report found he did not delay it for politically motivated reasons. PennLive later reported that though his investigation did not seem politically motivated, there were still red flags raised, including why it took so long for Sandusky’s home to be searched.
Special Deputy Attorney General Geoffrey Moulton Jr. drafted the report, the conducting of which was a main campaigning point for Kane when she ran for AG. The release of the report took longer than expected because of difficulty in obtaining pertinent records. Corbett is running against Democrat Tom Wolf in the upcoming gubernatorial election.