Mayors Against Illegal Guns has had so many of its members run afoul of the law that I've taken to calling it Mayor Bloomberg's Illegal Mayors. Thanks to news out of Philadelphia, I will have to expand that.
The special prosecutor and grand jury investigating allegations that Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane leaked secret information to a newspaper have found evidence of wrongdoing and recommended that she be criminally charged, according to numerous people familiar with the decision.Kane reportedly leaked those grand jury materials in order to embarrass political opponents
The panel concluded that Kane violated grand-jury secrecy rules by leaking investigative material in a bid to embarrass political enemies, sources said.
Some of those familiar with the grand jury presentment say it recommended charges that included perjury and contempt of court.
The statewide grand jury sitting in Norristown has turned over its findings to Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman, who must decide whether to affirm its findings and arrest Kane, the state's top law enforcement official.
Michael Bloomberg invested heavily in Kane ($674,000) when she first ran for Attorney General in 2012. Kane ran as an anti-gun candidate saying she would review all concealed carry reciprocity agreements with other states and cancel those that didn't measure up to her standards.
This last year has not been a good one for Kane. Earlier in the year reports surfaced about how she tried to squash an investigation into corruption in Philadelphia. Then, as the year came to a close, she announced she was getting divorced from her husband Christopher after 14 years of marriage saying the marriage "was irreparably broken."
Bitter has her take on this news here.
All I can say is that Bloomberg knows how to pick them. Or not.