PA supreme court releases hundreds of porn emailed by state’s top prosecutors

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HARRISBURG, PA – The term “dirty little secrets” has taken on a pornographic meaning in Pennsylvania.

The state’s supreme court released nearly a thousand pages of salacious, smutty, sometimes racist emails and images passed around by former top officials in the state’s attorney general’s office.

Some of the one’s fit to show include so-called “office motivation” posters like one titled “Boobs” and a racist one called “Bravery”, that has the words “up against the wall” and “hands up (expletive).”

The court ruled 398 pages were so bad, so disgustingly dirty, that they have to be kept in a binder in a special room.

Must be the court’s version of a dirty bookstore.

Current Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane asked the court to release the emails sent by top prosecutors under her predecessor Tom Corbitt whose name was not on any of the released emails.

One person receiving and forwarding the emails is Frank Fina, chief deputy attorney general under Corbett.

Kane and Fina have had a public feud since he led the investigation against Penn State pedophile Jerry Sandusky, an investigation she criticized.

Last year’s porno email probe led to the firing of several state officials.

But Kane says Fina and another official tried to keep the emails hidden by claiming they were their personal emails.

Kane says when that failed, they tried to tie her to leaked grand jury information.

She now faces criminal charges based on the leak.

Pennsylvania politics is getting dirty, in more ways than one.