Kathleen Kane failed to prosecute a corruption case involving a sting that caught five fellow Democrat Philadelphia officials, including state lawmakers. PennLive,
“We find reasonable grounds to believe that various violations of the criminal laws have occurred,” one document, signed by the foreperson for the 35th statewide investigating grand jury, reads.
The grand jury recommended Kane be charged with perjury, false swearing, official oppression and obstruction, according an opinion by the supervising judge, William Carpenter.
Another document signed by Carpenter states that the grand jury presentment is “supported by probable cause and establishes a Prima Facie case against Attorney General Kathleen Kane.” That document formally accepts the presentment.