Unsealed Docs Show Kane Claimed Months Ago Feds Passed on Probe

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Attorney General Kathleen Kane argued, as far back as seven months ago, that a political corruption investigation her office shuttered had been presented to federal prosecutors, who then passed on the case, recently unsealed documents outlining the investigation indicate.

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  • Sid

    Kane is unable and corrupt and hiding behind the fact that she‘s female to evade criticism; would a republican male be able to get away with this?

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