Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf nominated Bruce Beemer to assume the role of attorney general until a new candidate is elected.
In a recent article published by PennLive.com, Beemer indicates that he is ready to put his best case forward against Tim Curley, Gary Schultz and Graham Spanier. He has had almost five years to prosecute that case. Perhaps the fact that the state has no real evidence against them has proven to be a daunting task for him while preparing for trial.
I am extremely curious to know how Beemer can be so laser focused on this case, supposedly out of concern for the welfare of the state’s children, and yet has no interest in investigating The Second Mile, which was directly responsible for the welfare of those same children. Hypocrisy surely runs rampant in Harrisburg these days.
I also would like to know how Centre County’s own Sen. Jake Corman can support Beemer’s nomination. What exactly is the senator’s agenda?
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The corruption in Pennsylvania is obvious. The demonstration of power by “the good old boys network” is emphatically blatant. God help Pennsylvania and its misguided politicians!
Ceil Masella, Columbus, N.J.