(VIDEO) Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman news conference announcing the official charges brought against Attorney General Kathleen Kane. Obstruction of Justice, Official Oppression, Criminal Conspiracy, and Perjury are among the charges listed against the defendant. These crimes relate to leaking confidential investigative information, and lying to a grand jury to conceal crimes.
Former Harrisburg Mayor Stephen Reed was charged with 499 counts, including theft, bribery, and deceptive business practices, in connection to Harrisburg’s financial distress. Attorney General Kathleen Kane believes that this investigation may result in more charges. Join us for an hour long panel discussion to talk about this case and the financial state of Harrisburg.
(VIDEO) Topics: Investigation of the City of Harrisburg’s finances, criminal charges against former Harrisburg Mayor Stephen Reed, on-going grand jury investigation, and death penalty moratorium challenge.
In this final episode, Ed Rendell discusses his accomplishments during his second term as Governor, the 2008 Presidential race, and his views on contemporary figures. He further delves into his core beliefs, and hopes for the future of politics.
Ed Rendell talks about his service as Chair of the Democratic National Committee during the 2000 Presidential election. He further delves into his 2002 Primary race for Governor against Bob Casey, leading to his first term as Pennsylvania’s 45th Governor. Gov. Rendell discusses notable events during that term including the legalization of gaming in Pennsylvania, state Budget negotiations, and the legislative pay raise of 2005.