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PUBLIC CORRUPTION AND ABUSE OF POWER by Stan J. Caterbone and the ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP PUBLICwww.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com stancaterbone@gmail.com 717-528-2200 SUPERIOR COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA IN RE: : Docket Number: 3575 EDA 2016 COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA : v. : KATHLEEN KANE : Lower Court Docket CP-46-CR-0006239-2015 MOTION TO FILE UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF TO THE HONORABLE, THE JUDGES OF THE SAID COURT: TO THE HONORABLE, THE JUDGES OF THE SAID COURT: AND NOW comes before the said court Stanley J. Caterbone, appearing Pro Se, and Advanced Media Group, MOTION TO FILE UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF in the above captioned case to support the following: 1. Quashing the charges in case Montgomery Court Case No. CP-46-CR-0006239-2015 2. In support of any other relief this Court deems just and proper. The following Amicus should provide this Court with the proper jurisdiction for legal standing to consider this Amicus according to Rule 531 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Procedure. Rule 531. Participation by Amicus Curiae. (a) Briefs .—Anyone interested in the questions involved in any matter pending in an appellate court, excluding Petitions for Allowance of Appeal, although not a party, may, without applying for leave to do so, file a brief amicus curiae in regard to those questions. (1) Unless otherwise ordered by the court, any amicus curiae shall file and serve its brief in the manner and number required and within the time allowed by these rules with respect to the party whose position as to affirm and or reversal the amicus brief will support, or with respect to the appellant, if the amicus brief does not support the position of any party. (2) In an appeal proceeding under Rules 2154(b), 2185(c) and 2187(b), any amicus curiae shall file and serve its brief within the time allowed by these rules for service of the advance text of the brief by the party whose position as to affirm and or reversal the amicus brief will support or, if the amicus brief does not support the position of any party, within the time allowed by these rules for service of the advance text by the appellant. Alternatively, the 3575 3575 EDA 2016 UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF EDA 2016 UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF Page No. 1 of 56 Page No. 1 of 53 Monday June 12, 2017 Monday June 12, 2017 " id="pdf-obj-0-6" src="pdf-obj-0-6.jpg">
PUBLIC CORRUPTION AND ABUSE OF POWER by Stan J. Caterbone and the ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP PUBLICwww.amgglobalentetainmentgroup.com stancaterbone@gmail.com 717-528-2200 SUPERIOR COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA IN RE: : Docket Number: 3575 EDA 2016 COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA : v. : KATHLEEN KANE : Lower Court Docket CP-46-CR-0006239-2015 MOTION TO FILE UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF TO THE HONORABLE, THE JUDGES OF THE SAID COURT: TO THE HONORABLE, THE JUDGES OF THE SAID COURT: AND NOW comes before the said court Stanley J. Caterbone, appearing Pro Se, and Advanced Media Group, MOTION TO FILE UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF in the above captioned case to support the following: 1. Quashing the charges in case Montgomery Court Case No. CP-46-CR-0006239-2015 2. In support of any other relief this Court deems just and proper. The following Amicus should provide this Court with the proper jurisdiction for legal standing to consider this Amicus according to Rule 531 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Procedure. Rule 531. Participation by Amicus Curiae. (a) Briefs .—Anyone interested in the questions involved in any matter pending in an appellate court, excluding Petitions for Allowance of Appeal, although not a party, may, without applying for leave to do so, file a brief amicus curiae in regard to those questions. (1) Unless otherwise ordered by the court, any amicus curiae shall file and serve its brief in the manner and number required and within the time allowed by these rules with respect to the party whose position as to affirm and or reversal the amicus brief will support, or with respect to the appellant, if the amicus brief does not support the position of any party. (2) In an appeal proceeding under Rules 2154(b), 2185(c) and 2187(b), any amicus curiae shall file and serve its brief within the time allowed by these rules for service of the advance text of the brief by the party whose position as to affirm and or reversal the amicus brief will support or, if the amicus brief does not support the position of any party, within the time allowed by these rules for service of the advance text by the appellant. Alternatively, the 3575 3575 EDA 2016 UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF EDA 2016 UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF Page No. 1 of 56 Page No. 1 of 53 Monday June 12, 2017 Monday June 12, 2017 " id="pdf-obj-0-9" src="pdf-obj-0-9.jpg">

Stan J. Caterbone

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance, ® Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street

Lancaster, PA

17603

stancaterbone@gmail.com

717-528-2200

SUPERIOR COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA

IN RE:

: Docket Number: 3575 EDA 2016

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA :

v.

:

KATHLEEN KANE

:

Lower Court Docket CP-46-CR-0006239-2015

MOTION TO FILE UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF

TO THE HONORABLE, THE JUDGES OF THE SAID COURT:

TO THE HONORABLE, THE JUDGES OF THE SAID COURT:

AND NOW comes before the said court Stanley J. Caterbone, appearing Pro Se, and Advanced Media

Group, MOTION TO FILE UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF in the above captioned case to support the following:

  • 1. Quashing the charges in case Montgomery Court Case No. CP-46-CR-0006239-2015

  • 2. In support of any other relief this Court deems just and proper. The following Amicus should provide this Court with the proper jurisdiction for legal standing to consider

this Amicus according to Rule 531 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Procedure.

Rule 531. Participation by Amicus Curiae.

(a) Briefs.—Anyone interested in the questions involved in any matter pending in an appellate court, excluding

Petitions for Allowance of Appeal, although not a party, may, without applying for leave to do so, file a brief amicus

curiae in regard to those questions.

(1) Unless otherwise ordered by the court, any amicus curiae shall file and serve its brief in the manner and

number required and within the time allowed by these rules with respect to the party whose position as to affirm

and or reversal the amicus brief will support, or with respect to the appellant, if the amicus brief does not support

the position of any party.

(2) In an appeal proceeding under Rules 2154(b), 2185(c) and 2187(b), any amicus curiae shall file and serve its

brief within the time allowed by these rules for service of the advance text of the brief by the party whose position

as to affirm and or reversal the amicus brief will support or, if the amicus brief does not support the position of any

party, within the time allowed by these rules for service of the advance text by the appellant. Alternatively, the

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amicus curiae may, but is not required to, serve an advance text and then file and serve a definitive copy of its

brief. If the amicus curiae chooses to serve an advance copy and then file and serve a definitive copy, its deadlines

for each are the same as for the party whose position as to affirm and or reversal the amicus brief supports or, if

the amicus brief does not support the position of any party, as for the appellant.

(b) Oral argument.—Oral argument may be presented by amicus curiae only as the appellate court may direct.

Requests for leave to present oral argument shall be by application and will be granted only for extraordinary

reasons.

Official Note

Where the amicus cannot comply with the requirements of this rule because of ignorance of the pendency of the

question, relief may be sought under Rule 105(b). The last eight words of the rule are new. In Piccirilli Bros. v.

Lewis, 282 Pa. 328, 336, 127 Atl. 832, 835 (1925) the court noted the applicability of this rule to public officers

who are represented by official counsel with an adverse position.

The 2011 amendment to the rule clarified when those filing amicus curiae briefs should serve and file their briefs

when the appellant has chosen or the parties have been directed to proceed under the rules related to large

records (Rule 2154(b)), advance text (Rule 2187(b)) and definitive copies (Rule 2185(c)). Under those rules, the

appellant may defer preparation of the reproduced record until after the briefs have been served. The parties

serve on one another (but do not file) advance texts of their briefs within the times required by Rule 2187. At the

time they file their advance texts, each party includes certified record designations for inclusion in the reproduced

record. The appellant must then prepare and file the reproduced record within 21 days of service of the appellee’s

advance text (Rule 2186(a)(2)). Within 14 days of the filing of the reproduced record, each party that served a

brief in advance text may file and serve definitive copies of their briefs. The definitive copy must include references

to the pages of the reproduced record, but it may not otherwise include changes from the advance text other than

correction of typographical errors. Those filing amicus curiae briefs may choose to serve an advance text and then

file and serve definitive copies according to the procedure required of the parties or they may choose to file a

definitive brief without citations to the reproduced record.

JUNE 12, 2017

Respectfully,

___________/S/____________

Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance, ® Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street

Lancaster, PA

17603

stancaterbone@gmail.com

717-327-1566

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Notice and Disclaimer: Stan J. Caterbone and the Advanced Media Group have been slandered, defamed, and publicly discredited since 1987 due to going public (Whistle Blower) with allegations of misconduct and fraud within International Signal & Control, Plc. of Lancaster, Pa. (ISC pleaded guilty to selling arms to Iraq via South Africa and a $1 Billion Fraud in 1992). Unfortunately we are forced to defend our reputation and the truth without the aid of law enforcement and the media, which would normally prosecute and expose public corruption. We utilize our communications to thwart further libelous and malicious attacks on our person, our property, and our business. We continue our fight for justice through the Courts, and some communications are a means of protecting our rights to continue our pursuit of justice. Advanced Media Group is also a member of the media. Reply if you wish to be removed from our Contact List. How long can Lancaster County and Lancaster City hide me and Continue to Cover-Up my Whistle Blowing of the ISC Scandel (And the Torture from U.S. Sponsored Mind Control)?

ACTIVE COURT CASES

  • 3. J.C. No. 03-16-90005 Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals - COMPLAINT OF JUDICIALMISCONDUCT OR DISABILITY re 15-3400 and 16-1149; 03-16-900046 re ALL FEDERAL LITIGATION TO DATE

  • 4. U.S. Supreme Court Case No. 16-6822 PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI re Case No. 16-1149 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert

  • 5. U.S.C.A. Third Circuit Court of Appeals Case No. 17-1904 CATERBONE v. NSA, et.al., The appeal of the Preliminary Injunction For Emergency Relief Case No. 17-0868; Case No. 16- 3284; Case No. 16-1149 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;15-3400 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert;; 16-1001; 07-4474

  • 6. U.S. District Court Eastern District of PA Case No. 17-01233 Chapter 11 Appeal for 17- 10615; Case No. 17-0867 Preliminary Injunction from Middle District; Case No. 16-4014 CATERBONE v. United States, et.al.; Case No. 16-cv-49; 15-03984; 14-02559 MOVANT for Lisa Michelle Lambert; 05-2288; 06-4650, 08-02982;

  • 7. U.S. District Court Middle District of PA Case No. 16- 2513 INJUNCTION; Case No. 16-cv- 1751 PETITION FOR HABEUS CORPUS

  • 8. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board – Case No. 2016-462 Complaint against Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Judge Leonard Brown III

  • 9. Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case No. 353 MT 2016; 354 MT 2016; 108 MM 2016 Amicus for Kathleen Kane

10. Superior Court of Pennsylvania Case No. 1219 EDA 2016; Case no. 3575 EDA 2016 Amicus

for Kathleen Kane; Summary Appeal Case No. CP-36-SA-0000219-2016, AMICUS for Kathleen

Kane Case No. 1164 EDA 2016; Case No. 1561 MDA 2015; 1519 MDA 2015; 16-1219

Preliminary Injunction Case of 2016

11. Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas Case No. 16-05815 Injunction; Case No. 16-08472

INJUNCTION re Pain Meds; Case No. 15-10167 Film Commission; Case No. 08-13373; 15-

10167; 06-03349, CI-06-03401

12. U.S. Bankruptcy Court for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania Case No. 17-10615; Case

No. 16-10157

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STAN J. CATERBONE and ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP DISCLAIMER

___________________

Stan J. Caterbone and the Advanced Media Group have been slandered, defamed,

and publicly discredited since 1987 due to going public (Whistle Blower) with

allegations of misconduct and fraud within International Signal & Control, Plc. of

Lancaster, Pa. (ISC pleaded guilty to selling arms to Iraq via South Africa and a $1

Billion Fraud in 1992). Unfortunately we are forced to defend our reputation and the

truth without the aid of law enforcement and the media, which would normally

prosecute and expose public corruption. We utilize our communications to thwart

further libelous and malicious attacks on our person, our property, and our business.

We continue our fight for justice through the Courts, and some communications are a

means of protecting our rights to continue our pursuit of justice. Advanced Media Group

is also a member of the media. Reply if you wish to be removed from our Contact List.

How long can Lancaster County and Lancaster City hide me and Continue to Cover-Up

my Whistle Blowing of the ISC Scandal (And the Torture from U.S. Sponsored Mind

Control)?

___________/S/____________

Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance, ® Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street

Lancaster, PA

17603

stancaterbone@gmail.com

717-327-1566

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CAPTION
CAPTION

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

v.

Kathleen Granahan Kane

Appellant

 

CASE INFORMATION

 

Initiating Document:

Notice of Appeal

Case Status:

Active

Case Processing Status:

March 7, 2017

Awaiting Appellant Paperbooks

 

Journal Number:

Case Category:

Criminal

Case Type(s):

Perjury

 

CONSOLIDATED CASES

RELATED CASES

 

Docket No / Reason

Type

3576 EDA 2016

Related

Same Case - Diff Docket

SCHEDULED EVENT

Next Event Type: Appellant Brief Filed

Next Event Due Date: June 16, 2017

COUNSEL INFORMATION

Appellant

Pro Se:

IFP Status:

Kane, Kathleen Granahan

No

No

Attorney:

Law Firm:

Address:

Phone No:

Lock, Joshua D. Goldberg Katzman, P.C. Goldberg Katzman PC 4250 Crums Mill Rd Ste 301 Harrisburg, PA 17112-2889 (717) 234-6808

Fax No:

Amicus

Pro Se:

IFP Status:

Caterbone, Stanley J.

Yes

Pro Se:

Stanley J. Caterbone

Address:

1250 Fremont St Lancaster, PA 17603

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COUNSEL INFORMATION

Appellee

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Pro Se:

No

IFP Status:

 

Attorney:

Steele, Kevin R.

Address:

Montgomery County District Attorney's Office PO Box 311 Norristown, PA 19404-0311

 

Phone No:

(610) 278-3098

Fax No:

 

Attorney:

Law Firm:

Address:

Falin, Robert Martin

 

Montgomery County District Attorney's Office

P.O. Box 311 Norristown, PA 19404

Phone No:

(610) 278-3102

Fax No: (610) 278-3841

 

FEE INFORMATION

Fee Dt

Fee Name

Fee Amt Receipt Dt

Receipt No

Receipt Amt

11/22/2016

Notice of Appeal

85.50 11/30/2016

2016-SPR-E-002063

85.50

 

AGENCY/TRIAL COURT INFORMATION

 

Court Below:

Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas

County:

Montgomery

Division:

Montgomery County Criminal Division

Order Appealed From:

October 24, 2016

Judicial District:

38

Documents Received:

November 30, 2016

Notice of Appeal Filed:

November 22, 2016

 

Order Type:

Judgment of Sentence

OTN(s):

T6863802

T7090322

Lower Ct Docket No(s):

CP-46-CR-0006239-2015

CP-46-CR-0008423-2015

Lower Ct Judge(s):

Demchick-Alloy, Wendy Judge

 

ORIGINAL RECORD CONTENT

 

Original Record Item

Filed Date

Content Description

 

Original Record In (6) Parts Trial Court Opinion Testimony

March 07, 2017 March 07, 2017 March 07, 2017

11

Exhibit(s)

March 07, 2017

1 Folder

Date of Remand of Record:

BRIEFING SCHEDULE

BRIEFING SCHEDULE

Appellant

Appellee

Kane, Kathleen Granahan

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Brief

Brief

Due: June 16, 2017

Filed:

Reproduced Record

Due: June 16, 2017

Filed: May 25, 2017

DOCKET ENTRY
DOCKET ENTRY

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Filed Date

Docket Entry / Representing

Participant Type

Filed By

November 30, 2016

Notice of Appeal Docketed

 

Appellant

Kane, Kathleen Granahan

November 30, 2016

Docketing Statement Exited (Criminal)

 

Superior Court of Pennsylvania

December 9, 2016

Other

Eldridge, Lisa A. Document Name: Per TC Judge's chambers - Extension granted throught 1/6/17 to file 1925(b) statement. Comment: Opinion will be filed by 3/6/17.

December 16, 2016

Docketing Statement Received (Criminal) Appellant

Kane, Kathleen Granahan

December 28, 2016

Application for Leave to File Amicus Brief Appellant

Kane, Kathleen Granahan

Comment: Stan J. Caterbone, Advanced Media Group

January 19, 2017

Order

Per Curiam

Comment: Upon consideration of the Petitioner's "Request The Courtesy Of The Court To Appear Pro Se And To File An Amicus Curaie [sic] Brief In Support Of The Following," filed by "Stan J. Caterbone," the petitioner shall not be permitted to present oral argument.

March 7, 2017

Trial Court Record Received

 

Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas

March 7, 2017

Trial Court Opinion Received

 

Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas

March 7, 2017

Briefing Schedule Issued

 

Superior Court of Pennsylvania

March 8, 2017

Other

Document Name: Affidavit

Amicus

Caterbone, Stanley J.

March 23, 2017

Application for Extension of Time to File Brief - First Request Appellant

Kane, Kathleen Granahan

March 24, 2017

Order Granting Application for Extension of Time to File Appellant Brief

 
 

Per Curiam

 

Comment: Granted until 6/16/17

March 27, 2017

Designation of Contents of Reproduced Record Appellant

Kane, Kathleen Granahan

May 17, 2017

Application for Relief

 

Amicus

Caterbone, Stanley J.

 

Comment: Motion to file statement

May 17, 2017

Application to Exceed Word Limitations Kane, Kathleen Granahan

Appellant

Lock, Joshua D.

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DOCKET ENTRY

Filed Date

Docket Entry / Representing

Participant Type

Filed By

May 25, 2017

Reproduced Record Filed

 

Appellant

Kane, Kathleen Granahan

Comment: Volumes I-IV

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION OF AMICUS, STAN J. CATERBONE

I am a Federal Whistleblower and in 1987 I met with Executives of an International Arms

dealer named International Signal and Control, PLC., or ISC, headquartered in my hometown of

Lancaster, Pennsylvania. I at the time was a shareholder and I was solicited to finance some

problematic operations through the financial firm that I had founded, Financial Management

Group, Ltd., In 1991 they were indicted for the third largest fraud in the United States, a $Billion

Dollar Fraud, when they merged with Great Britain's largest Defense Contractor, Ferranti

International, Plc., in 1987. In 1987 I was arrested for literally stealing my own files from my own

office and faced 4 felonies and 3 misdemeanors with prison terms in the tens of years. After the

merger was completed in December of 1987, all of my charges were dismissed by the Lancaster

County District Attorney's Office in March of 1988. ISC Board Member, Bobby Ray Inman, who

was former Secretary of the Navy and former Director of the National Security Agency, or NSA

was nominated to be Secretary of Defense for Bill Clinton. He later had to withdraw his name after

allegations of ISC began to surface.

In 1991 Ted Koppel and the Financial Times of London broadcast 3 different segments

disclosing that ISC was essentially a black ops program of the NSA and CIA and tried desperately

to derail the nomination for Director of the CIA, Robert Gates, who they allege was involved in the

early stages of the program. He was named Director of the CIA and later served as Secretary of

Defense for George W. Bush and now President Barrack Obama. ISC responsible for developing

the Cluster Bomb, and Saddam Hussein was a loyal customer.

In the late 1980's and early 1990 I was a contractor for several government agencies,

including DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency of the Department of Defense.

My company Advanced Media Group had conducted business all over the world, including some 15

or more foreign countries. DARPA IS WIDELY KNOWN AS A DEVELOPER OF MIND CONTROL

TECHNOLOGIES AND HOLDS PATENTS. DARPA is also credited for developing the internet. I was

an expert in optical publishing and my company was one of only 4 or 5 that had the capability to

manufacture CD-ROM's in the domestic United States.

Even more damming is the fact that Former President Bill Clinton's first choice for

Secretary of Defense, Bobby Ray Inman (Former Secretary of Navy and Director of the

NSA) was forced to withdraw his nomination due to the ISC scandal. Attached is a

“Farwell Letter” from Jim Guerin to the Lancaster Community, which to me, is a

testament to who Jim Guerin was as a man and patriot. Bobby Ray Inman has also

been linked to a company known as S.A.I.C., a technology company that has been

contracted to provide research and development on U.S. Sponsored Mind Control

Programs and Weapons.

Now, I am a prisoner of the “state” and have been since 1987, and that the

activities surrounding the my life has escalated into a daily occurrence of assaults. I

have been a victim of organized stalking since 1987 and a victim of electronic and direct

energy weapons since 2005. I had also been telepathic since 2005. In 2005 the U.S.

sponsored mind control turned into an all-out assault of mental telepathy; synthetic

telepathy; and pain and torture through the use of directed energy devices and

weapons that usually fire a low frequency electromagnetic energy at the targeted

victim. This assault was no coincidence in that it began simultaneously with the filing of

the federal action in U.S. District Court, or CATERBONE v. Lancaster County Prison, et.

al., or 05-cv-2288/U.S. THIRD CIRCUIT Case No. 07-4474-4475.

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On March

8, 2016

I was detained

by

some (8) NSA Security

Police, handcuffed, and

interrogated for about 2 hours at NSA Headquarters in Ft. Meade, Maryland. In 2005 I was

detained by (2) DIA, or Defense Intelligence Agency of the Department of Defense, in Austin

Texas and interrogated for almost 2 hours. Both incidents I was sent on my way without any

explanation as to WHY?

Unfortunately while I have made many in person complaints to just about every

law enforcement agency, including several meetings with FBI in Philadelphia and

Harrisburg, the pleas for help and assistance have yielded nothing but more attacks to

my person, property, electronics, home, auto, reputation, intellectual property, and

lastly his mental state-of-mind – A BRUTAL ARRAY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TORTURE. I

have already made claims of COINTELPRO-like tactics in my filings in the U.S.C.A. Case

No. 16-4014; 16-2513 US District Court MIDDLE District, and this case 17-0867, against

these same said actors and perpetrators.

In 2015 I filed an AMICUS BRIEF on behalf of Lisa Michelle Lambert in Case No. 14-

02559 in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

I took the case to the U.S.

Supreme Court in Case No. 16-6822. Lisa Michelle Lambert was convicted in 1992 of the murder

of Laurie Show, both of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

I currently am in litigation in the U.S. Third

Circuit Court of Appeals and in February of 2016 Lisa Michelle Lambert published her book titled

“Corruption in Lancaster County – My Story”, which is available in bookstores and on

Amazon.com.

I

is

in frequent

contact with her co-author,

Dave Brown of Philadelphia,

Pennsylvania.

In 2009 I Proposed an ORGANIZED STALKING AND DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS

HARASSMENT BILL to Pennsylvania House of Representative Mike Sturla (Lancaster,

Pennsylvania) and City of Lancaster Mayor Richard Gray in 2009. The draft legislation is the work

of Missouri House of Representative Jim Guest, who has been working on helping victims of these

horrendous crimes for years. The bill will provide protections to individuals who are being

harassed, stalked, harmed by surveillance, and assaulted; as well as protections to keep

individuals from becoming human research subjects, tortured, and killed by electronic frequency

devices, directed energy devices, implants, and directed energy weapons. I again reintroduced

the bill to the Pennsylvania General Assembly in 2015 and frequented the Pennsylvania Capitol

trying to find support and a sponsor; which I still does to this day.

In 2006 I began my role as an Activist Shareholder for Fulton Financial, which is listed as

"FULT" on the NASDAQ stock exchange. As a founder of Financial Management Group, Ltd., a full

service financial firm, Stan J. Caterbone has drawn upon the success in developing the strategic

vision for his company and the experience gained in directing the legal affairs and public offering

efforts in dealing with Fulton Financial. I has been in recent discussions with the Fulton Financial

Board of Directors with regards to various complaints dealing with such issues as the Resource

Bank acquisition and the subprime failures.

In 2005 I, as a Pro Se Litigant I filed several civil actions as Plaintiffs that are in current

litigation in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the United

States Third District Court of Appeals, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, The Pennsylvania

Superior Court, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, The Court of Common Pleas of

Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. These cases include violations of intellectual property rights,

anti-trust violations, and interference of contracts relating to several business interests. Central to

this litigation is the Digital Movie, Digital Technologies, Financial Management Group, Ltd,/FMG

Advisory, Ltd., and it’s affiliated businesses along with a Federal False Claims Act or Federal

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Stan J. Caterbone was a shareholder of ISC, and was solicited by ISC executives for professional

services. The Federal False Claims Act is currently part of RICO Civil Complaint in the United

States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the Third Circuit Court of

Appeals, as docket no. 05-2288.

In 2005 Advanced Media Group/Project Hope filed a Civil Action in the Court of Common

Pleas of Lancaster County against Drew Anthon and the Eden Resort Inn for their attempts to

withhold the Tourism Tax and Hotel Tax that supports the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center

& Marriot. We also proposed an alternative plan to move the Convention Center to the Hotel

Brunswick and Lancaster Square to all of the major stakeholders. The Lancaster County

Convention Center is finally under construction with a March 2009 Opening date.

submission of an essay with and application. I received the invitation from Bruce R. Lindsey,

Chief Executive Officer of the William J. Clinton Foundation.

In 2000

to

2002

I developed

an

array

of marketing

and communication

tools for

wholesalers of the AIM Investment Group and managed several communication programs for

several of the company wholesalers throughout the United States and Costa Rica. We also began

a Day Trading project that lasted until 2004 with success.

Brewery, known as the Excelsior Building on E. King Street, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This plan

was developed in conjunction with the Comprehensive Economic Development Plan for the

Revitalization of Downtown Lancaster and the Downtown Lancaster Convention Center for the

former Watt & Shand building.

In 1999 I contributed to the debate, research, and implementation of strategies to

counter the effects of the global Y2K threat to the worlds computer technologies. I attended the

Subcommittee and Senator William Bennett.

In 1998 I had began to administer the charity giving of Tom’s Project Hope, a non-profit

organization promoting education and awareness for mental illness and suicide prevention. We

had provided funding for the Mental Health Alliance of Lancaster County, Contact Lancaster (The

24/7 Suicide Prevention Hotline), The Schreiber Pediatric Center, and other charitable

organizations and faith based charities. The video "Numbers Don't Lie" have been distributed to

schools, non profit organizations, faith based initiatives, and municipalities to provide educational

support for the prevention of suicide and to bring awareness to mental illness problems.

In 1996 I had done consulting for companies under KAL, Inc., during the time that I was

controller of Pflumm Contractors, Inc., I was retained by Gallo Rosso Restaurant and Bar to

computerized their accounting and records management from top to bottom. I had also provided

consulting for the computerization of accounting and payroll for Lancaster Container, Inc., of

Washington Boro. I was retained to evaluate and develop an action plan to migrate the

Informations Technologies of the Jay Group, formally of Ronks, PA, now relocated to a new $26

Million Dollar headquarters located in West Hempfield Township of Lancaster County. The Jay

Group had been using IBM mainframe technologies hosted by the AS 400 computer and server. I

was consulting on the merits of migrating to a PC based real time networking system throughout

the entire organization. Currently the Jay Group employees some 500 employees with revenues in

excess of $50 Million Dollars per year.

In 1993 I was retained by Pflumm Contractors, Inc., as controller, and was responsible for

saving the company from a potential bankruptcy. At that time, due to several unpaid contracts,

the company was facing extreme pressure from lenders and the bonding insurance company. We

were responsible for implementing computerized accounting, accounting and contract policies and

procedures, human resource policies and procedures, marketing strategies, performance

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measurement reporting, and negotiate for the payment of unpaid contracts. The bonding company

was especially problematic, since it was the lifeline to continue work and bidding for public

contracts. The Bank of Lancaster County demanded a complete accounting of the operations in

order to stave off a default on the notes and loans it was holding. We essentially revamped the

entire operation. Within 3 years, the company realized an increase in profits of 3 to 4 times its

previous years, and record revenues.

In 1991

I was elected

to People

to

Program, which was founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956. The program was

founded to “To give specialists from throughout the world greater opportunities to work together

and effectively communicate with peers, The Citizen Ambassador program administers face-to-

face scientific, technical, and professional exchanges throughout the world. In 1961, under

President John F. Kennedy, the State Department established a non-profit private foundation to

administer the program. We were scheduled to tour the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe to

discuss printing and publishing technologies with scientists and technicians around the world.

In 1990 I had worked on developing voice recognition systems for the government’s

technology think tank - NIST (National Institute for Standards & Technology). I co-authored the

article “Escaping the Unix Tar Pit” with a scientist from NIST that was published in the magazine

“DISC”, then one of the leading publications for the CD-ROM industry. Today, most all call centers

deploy that technology whenever you call an 800 number, and voice recognition is prevalent in all

types of applications involving telecommunications.

In 1989 I had founded Advanced Media Group, Ltd., and was one of only 5 or 6 U.S.

domestic companies that had the capability to manufacture CD-ROM's. We did business with

commercial companies, government agencies, educational institutions, and foreign companies. I

performed services and contracts for the Department of Defense, NASA, National Institution of

Standards & Technology (NIST), Department of Defense, The Defense Advanced Research

Projects Agency (DARPA), and the Defense Mapping Agency, Central Intelligence Agency, (CIA),

IBM, Microsoft, AMP, Commodore Computers, American Bankers Bond Buyers, and a host of

others. I also was working with R.R, Donnelly's Geo Systems, which was developing various

interactive mapping technologies, which is now a major asset of Map Quest. Map Quest is the

premier provider of mapping software and applications for the internet and is often used in

delivering maps and directions for Fortune 500 companies. We had arranged for High Industries to

sell American Helix, the manufacturer of compact discs, to R.R. Donnelly. We had brokered a deal

and the executives from Donnelly’s Chicago headquarters flew to Lancaster to discuss the deal

and perform due diligence of the manufacturing facility located in the Greenfield Industrial Park.

and Tony Bongiovi retained me as

executive producer of a motion picture project. The theatrical and video release was to be

delivered in a digital format; the first of it’s kind. We had originated the marketing for the

technology, and created the concept for the Power Station Digital Movie System (PSDMS), which

would follow the copyright and marketing formula of the DOLBY technology trademark.

We had also created and developed marketing and patent research for the development and

commercialization of equipment that we intended to manufacture and market to the recording

industry featuring the digital technology. Sidel, Gonda, Goldhammer, and Abbot, P.C. of

Philadelphia was the lead patent law firm that We had retained for the project. Power Station

Studios was the brainchild of Tony Bongiovi, a leading engineering genius discovered by Motown

when he was 15. Tony and Power Station Studios was one of the leading recording studios in the

country, and were responsible for developing Bon Jovi, a cousin. Power Station Studios clients

included; Bruce Springsteen, Diana Ross, Cyndi Lauper, Talking Heads, Madonna, The Ramones,

Steve Winwood, and many others. Tony and Power Station Studios had produced the original

Sound Track for the original “Star Wars” motion picture. It was released for distribution and was

the number one Sound Track recording of its time.

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Tony Bongiovi was also active in working and researching different aerospace

technologies. * We had developed and authored a Joint Venture Proposal for SONY to partner with

us in delivering the Digital Movie and it’s related technologies to the marketplace. The venture

was to include the commercialization of technologies, which Tony Bongiovi had developed for the

recording industry simultaneously with the release of the Digital Movie.

I also created the concept for the PSDMS trademark, which was to be the Trademark logo

for the technology, similar to the DOLBY sound system’s trademark. The acronym’s stand for the

Power Station Digital Movie System. Today, DVD is the mainstay for delivering digital movies on a

portable medium, a compact disc.

In 1987 I had a created and developed FMG Mortgage Banking, a company that was

funded by a major banking firm in Houston Texas. We had the capability to finance projects from

$3 to $100 million dollars. Our terms and rates were so attractive that we had quickly received

solicitations from developers across the country. We were also very attractive to companies that

wanted to raise capital that include both debt and equity. Through my company, FMG, we could

raise equity funding through private placements, and debt funding through FMG Mortgage

Banking. We were retained by Gamillion Studios of Hollywood, California to secure financing of

their postproduction Film Studio that was looking to relocate to North Carolina. We had secured

refinancing packages for Norris Boyd of and the Olde Hickory and were in the midst of replacing

the current loan that was with Commonwealth National Bank. We had meetings and discussions

with Drew Anton of the Eden Resort, for refinancing a portion of his debt portfolio. We were

quickly seeking commitments for real estate deals from New York to California. We also had a

number of other prominent local developers seeking our competitive funding, including Owen

Kugal, High Industries, and the Marty Sponougle a partner of The Fisher Group (owner of the Rt.

30 Outlets). We were constantly told that our financing packages were more competitive than

local institutions.

In 1986 I had founded Financial Management Group, Ltd (FMG); a large financial services

organization comprised of a variety of professionals operating in one location. We had developed a

stock purchase program for where everyone had the opportunity for equity ownership in the new

firm. FMG had financial planners, investment managers, accountants, attorneys, realtors, liability

insurance services, tax preparers, and estate planners operating out of our corporate

headquarters in Lancaster. In one year, we had 24 people on staff, had approximately 12 offices

in Pennsylvania, and

several satellite offices in other states. We had in excess of $50 million under management, and

our advisors were generating almost $4 million of commissions, which did not include the fees

from the other professionals. We had acquired our own Broker Dealer firm and were valued at

about $3 to $4 million.

In 1985 I developed the Easter Regional Free Agent Camp, the first Free Agent Camp for

the Professional Football industry; which was videotaped for distribution to the teams scouting

departments. (See Washington Post ¾ page article of March 24, 1985) Current camps were

dependant on the team scouts to travel from state to state looking for recruits. We had developed

a strategy of video taping the camp and the distributing a copy, free of charge to the teams, to all

of the scouting departments for teams in all three leagues FL, CFL and WFL. My brother was

signed at that camp by the Ottawa Roughriders of the CFL, and went on to be a leading receiver

while J.C. Watts was one of the leagues most prominent quarterbacks. My brother also played 2

years with the Miami Dolphins while Dan Marino was starting quarterback. We were a Certified

Agent for the National Football League Players Association.

In

1985

I

was

elected

Vice President of the Central Pennsylvania

Chapter of the

International Association of Financial Planners, and helped build that chapter by increasing

membership 3to 4 times. We had personally retained the nationally acclaimed and nationally

syndicated Financial Planner, Ms. Alexandria Armstrong of Washington D.C.; to host a major

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fundraiser. More than 150 professionals attended the dinner event that was held at the Eden

Resort & Conference Center. Ms. Armstrong discussed financial planning and how all of the

professions needed to work together in order to be most effective for their clients. We attracted a

wide variety of professionals including; brokers, lawyers, accountants, realtors, tax specialists,

estate planners, bankers, and investment advisors. Today, it has become evident that financial

planning was the way of the future. In 1986 executives approached us from Blue Ball National

Bank to help them develop a Financial Planning department within their bank.

In 1984 I had helped to develop strategic planning for Sandy Weill, former President of

Citi Group (the largest banking entity in the U.S). We were one of several associates asked to help

advise on the future of Financial Planning and how it would impact the brokerage and the

investment industry at large. Mr. Weil was performing due diligence for the merger of American

Express and IDS (Investors Diversified Services). We were at that time a national leader in the

company in delivering Fee Based Financial Planning Services, which was a new concept in the

investment community and mainstream investors. That concept is now widely held by most

investment advisers.

I am currently a recipient of the following type(s) of Benefits from the Social

Security Administration for Long Term Disability Benefits for illnesses and symptoms

relating to U.S. Sponsored Mind Control as evidenced by my documentation and the fact

that no medical reports or physicians were reported in the entire application process

and there was never a psychiatric evaluation for the same said purposes. I am

receiving a net monthly benefit of $1379.00 and have been since April of 2008 and was

declared disabled in December of 2005, the same said month that I reported that I

became the victim of full-time synthetic telepathy, as well as other related symptoms

and illnesses.

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A TIMELINE OF THE KATHLEEN KANE CRIMINAL CASE

March 16, 2015

The Philadelphia Inquirer publishes a story revealing state Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane

shut down an investigation of several Philadelphia state legislators who were caught on tape

accepting bribes. That same day, Ms. Kane emails an unnamed media strategist about the story,

writing that she “will not allow them to discredit me or our

office. ...

This is war.”

March 21, 2015

At Ms. Kane’s direction, David Peifer, special agent in charge of the bureau of special

investigations, interviews Michael Miletto, one of the investigators in the 2009 grand jury probe of

the late J. Whyatt Mondesire, who was suspected of misusing state funds. He was never charged.

That same day, Adrian King, first assistant attorney general, gets a call from Ms. Kane’s private

attorney asking him for information on the Mondesire case.

March 24, 2015

Mr. King emails Ms. Kane over concern about providing the attorney information on the Mondesire

case because he believes it contains confidential grand jury information. Ms. Kane replies that she

is “well aware of limitation on disclosing criminal

time.”

files. ...

I have been in this business quite some

March 25, 2015

Ms. Kane meets with Mr. Peifer, Mr. King and several other staffers to discuss the Mondesire case.

Mr. Peifer later testifies he left with her a transcript of his interview of Mr. Miletto and a 2009

memorandum on the Mondesire case written by then-Deputy Attorney General William Davis.

April 22, 2015

Ms. Kane calls Mr. King and, according to his testimony, tells him she has a package she wants

him to get to a reporter. He later finds a package on his desk. Later that day, Mr. King calls

political consultant Joshua Morrow and arranges for him to pick up the packet at his home the

next day.

In

May,

Mr. Morrow delivers the packet to Philadelphia

Daily News reporter Chris

Brennan.

May 8, 2015

 

Based on a call they got from Mr. Brennan seeking comment, Frank Fina, a former chief deputy

attorney general, and Marc Costanzo, a former senior deputy attorney general, write Montgomery

County Judge William Carpenter to advise him they believe someone released information from

the Mondesire grand jury.

May 29, 2015

Judge Carpenter appoints special prosecutor Thomas Carluccio to investigate if information was

leaked.

June 6, 2015

The Philadelphia Daily News publishes Mr. Brennan’s story that reveals details of the grand jury

investigation into Mr. Mondesire.

July 25, 2015

At Mr. Peifer’s direction, his secretary emails Ms. Kane scanned copies of the 2009 memorandum

Mr. Davis prepared and the Philadelphia Daily News article.

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July 28

According to his testimony, Bruce Beemer, then Ms. Kane’s first deputy, said he had a lengthy

phone conversation with her regarding information from the Davis memorandum that was

contained in the Daily News story. Mr. Beemer said it seemed to him Ms. Kane had the memo in

front of her because they discussed issues it contained point by point.

Nov. 17, 2015

Ms. Kane testifies before the grand jury and admits she spoke to Mr. King about releasing

information relating to the Mondesire probe, but maintains she did not dictate which documents

should be released. Ms. Kane denies that she ever saw the 2009 Davis memorandum until it is

presented to her on the stand.

Dec. 18, 2015

Ms. Kane’s attorneys file an action with the state Supreme Court challenging the legality of the

appointment of the special prosecutor, Mr. Carluccio. Her challenge is later rejected.

Dec. 19, 2015

The grand jury issues a presentment that recommends Ms. Kane be charged with perjury, false

swearing, official oppression, obstructing the administration of law and conspiracy. The

recommendation is forwarded to Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Ferman to determine

if charges should be filed.

Aug. 6, 2015

Ms. Ferman files charges of perjury, false swearing, official oppression, obstructing the

administration of law and conspiracy against Ms. Kane. Patrick Reese, a member of Ms. Kane’s

security detail, also is charged with contempt of court for illegally accessing emails regarding the

grand jury investigating Ms. Kane. He later is found guilty and is sentenced in March to three to

six months in prison. He remains free on appeal.

Aug. 12, 2015

Ms. Kane holds a press conference at which she first alleges the investigation is part of a plot by

high-ranking officials to boot her from office to prevent her from disclosing they shared

pornographic and racially offensive emails she discovered on her office’s servers.

Sept. 21, 2015

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court issues an emergency order temporarily suspending Ms. Kane’s

license to practice law. Ms. Kane refuses to resign and vows to remain in office as she fights the

criminal charges.

Oct. 1, 2015

Ms. Ferman files additional charges of perjury, false swearing and obstructing the administration

of law against Ms. Kane, alleging she lied to the grand jury that she never signed a secrecy oath

not to reveal information from any grand jury ever handled by the attorney general’s office.

Prosecutors discovered she did sign that oath Jan. 17, 2013.

Jan. 4, 2016

Newly elected Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele takes over prosecution of Ms.

Kane from Ms. Ferman, who won election as a county judge.

May 26

Ms. Kane files a motion in Montgomery County Court seeking to dismiss charges based on claims

of selective/vindictive prosecution. On June 20, Judge Wendy Demchick-Alloy denies the motion.

The state Superior Court later upholds that decision.

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Aug. 1, 2016

After several pretrial defense motions are denied, Ms. Kane’s attorneys file an emergency “king’s

bench” petition with the state Supreme Court asking it to intervene and dismiss the charges based

on claims Mr. Carluccio, the special prosecutor, overstepped his authority. The petition asks the

court to postpone the trial until it rules on the matter.

Aug. 5, 2016

The Supreme Court denies the emergency petition. Barring any other unexpected developments,

jury selection in Ms. Kane’s trial will begin at 9 a.m. Monday.

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KEISLING: “Palace coup: what the Kathleen Kane prosecution is really about”

December 9, 2015

Breaking: Kane’s staff has approved one of two contracts needed to hire a special prosecutor to investigate the porno email scandal

by Bill Keisling

Have Republicans in the top levels of Pennsylvania government and courts engineered a takeover of the Democratic controlled state attorney general’s office?

Has this high-level palace coup taken place under everyone’s noses? Are the

criminal charges brought by Republican officials against AG Kane, her subsequent law

license suspension, and efforts by the state senate to remove her from office all simply

a ruse meant to distract voters from what is really going on: an attempt by Republicans

to control policy in the attorney general’s office, and throughout state government,

without having won an election?

Recent developments in all three branches of Pennsylvania government make

these reasonable questions. Several weeks ago, on November 18, four high-level

staffers from the AG’s office testified before the state senate committee exploring AG

Kane’s removal from office that they’ve been running nearly all the office’s legal

functions since Kane could no longer practice law.

First Deputy Attorney General Bruce Beemer, and three executive deputy attorneys

general — Robert Mulle, James Donahue, and Lawrence Cherba– testified they have

effectively taken control of the elective attorney general’s office following Kane’s

unprecedented law license suspension.

First Deputy AG Beemer is a holdover from the days when Republican Attorney General

Tom Corbett ran the office, before Kane’s election in 2012.

When she came into office Kane probably thought Beemer was a nice guy, and a

competent and experienced career prosecutors, who should be kept around.

But did Attorney General Kane make a mistake not having her own loyalists in

these top positions?

Several weeks back, Beemer and the other three made a splash at the senate

impeachment committee when they spoke about the importance of the many criminal

cases the office was responsible for handling. But criminal cases prosecuted by the

AG’s office are, from a public policy perspective, small potatoes. The state AG’s office is

a johnny-come-lately in criminal

prosecutions. Before the office became an elective one in 1980, the AG’s office seldom if

ever prosecuted criminals. (Criminal prosecutions, before 1980, were referred to local

Das.)

For centuries, the most important job of the Pennsylvania attorney general has

been to issue opinions on the legality or constitutionality of state actions or programs.

Opinions issued by the Attorney General can and do concern the nuts and bolts of how

state agencies are run — from the legality of programs, to who is hired, to how paper

clips are bought, to the treatment and execution of prisoners.

Legal opinions of the attorney general carry the full force of law, until and unless

a court overturns them. Beemer and his three associates, testifying before the state

senate, played down these important constitutional responsibilities. These days,

Beemer said, the AG’s office rarely if ever issues important opinions on government or

interagency matters.

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Two recent and important issues demanding high-level decisions in the AG’s

office clearly demonstrate this is not true. The first issue is a constitutional matter: the

state senate is set to vote on whether to hold a hearing to remove Kane from office,

bypassing the constitutional impeachment process. It’s the historic role of the attorney

general’s office to intervene on questions of the legality of removing an official from

office.

The second issue is a personnel, or contract, matter: The contract for Kane’s

choice of the special prosecutor to investigate the court pornography email scandal

must be reviewed and approved by her office. AG Kane selected Douglas Gansler, a

former Maryland attorney general, and his Washington DC-based law firm, to review the

hundreds of thousands of emails Kane found on her office servers. But contracts hiring

Gansler and his firm must be approved and signed by the attorney general’s office staff.

The responsibility to review and approve Gansler’s contract fell to one of the four AG

office employees who testified several weeks ago before the state senate panel to

remove Kane: Robert Mulle, the executive deputy attorney general of the civil law

division.

Two employment contracts, one involving Gansler and the other his firm, landed

on Deputy AG Mulle’s desk last week. Mulle evidentially at first objected to the form and

content of the special prosecutor agreements. Kane’s spokesman, Chuck Ardo, tells me,

“(Deputy AG) Mulle was able to work with Kane to massage the first of the two

contracts, about the firm.” That first contract has been signed, Ardo says. But Gansler’s

personal contract has yet to be approved, or signed. “They are still working on

Gansler’s contract,” Ardo says. “But she certainly got the first part approved.” Needless

to say, the last thing state Republicans want is an unfettered special prosecutor looking

into hundreds of thousands of correspondence found on the AG’s email servers.

Likewise, the attorney general’s office must soon respond to the senate’s demand for a

hearing to remove Kane from office.

Those running Kane’s office apparently don’t seem to be in any hurry, or think it’s

their job, to weigh in on the constitutionality of the senate’s proposed action. But, it

should go without saying, if a Democrat-controlled senate were to try removing a

Republican attorney general in this

matter, the court papers already would be flying.

Likewise, if the porno email scandal involved mostly Democrats, instead of mostly

Republican prosecutors and judges, a special prosecutor would likely already be on the

job.

So Kane finds herself having difficulties directing her own staff to work on these

two important matters. Three million Pennsylvania voters elected Kane. Voters didn’t

elect her staff members. Making matters worse, should Attorney General Kane

rightfully attempt to fire Republican loyalists for failure to do their jobs or

insubordination, they will no doubt beat a trail to the Republican prosecutors and

judges in Montgomery County, claiming Kane is “retaliating” against them. GOP

prosecutors would then likely seek more criminal charges against her.

Not only average citizens, and voters, should take note of all this. Gov. Tom Wolf

should take a long look at what's going on in the AG's office Faced with large

Republican jajorities in the legislature, Gov Wolf likely must soon turn to governing by

excutive decree.

Those executive decrees will be subject to the approval of the attorney general's

office.

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Should Kane be removed from office, the GOP senate sooner

or later

must

approve Gov. Wolf's appointment of an attorney general to replace Kane.

Until then, Beemer and the three others will be running the office of the attorney

general.

But who elected those guys?

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On November 12, 2015 I, Stan J. Caterbone, wrote the following letter to Pennsylvania

Attorney General Kathleen Kane -

____________________________________________________

November 12, 2015

Ms. Kathleen Kane

Pennsylvania Attorney General

  • 16 th Floor Strawberry Square

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Re: “Old Boys Network”

November 11, 2015 7:42am

"Kane, the first woman and Democrat elected to the position of Pennsylvania's top

prosecutor, has dismissed the case as a backlash over her challenge to what she calls

the old-boys' network in Pennsylvania law enforcement." LNP, Attorney General Kane

faces trial on more charges, by the Associated Press on November 11, 2015.”

Back in 1998 I had a meeting with an NSA (National Security Agency, Ft. Meade, Md)

operative in a parking lot of a former car dealer in York, PA. I had just attended a job

fair and he approached me as I was about to get into my car. He introduced himself as

being from the NSA and I questioned him about why they would not leave me alone. His

response was "It is not US (NSA) it's the Good Ole Boys". I also have a huge problem

with modified, stolen, and planted documents. We parted ways in an amicable fashion.

Stan J. Caterbone Advanced Media Group

717-669-2163

See the enclosed as well as U.S.C.A. 15-3400 LISA MICHELLE LAMBERT APPEAL,

APPELLANT, Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se

PUBLIC CORRUPTION AND ABUSE OF POWER by Stan J. Caterbone and the ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP PUBLICwww.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com See the enclosed as well as U.S.C.A. 15-3400 LISA MICHELLE LAMBERT APPEAL, APPELLANT, Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se https://www.scribd.com/doc/284639091/Federal-Whistleblower-and-Targeted- Individual-of-U-S-Sponsored-Mind-Control-Executive-Summary-Updated-October-12- 2015 Stan J. Caterbone ______________________________________________ 3575 3575 EDA 2016 UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF EDA 2016 UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF Page No. 22 of 56 Page No. 22 of 53 Monday June 12, 2017 Monday June 12, 2017 " id="pdf-obj-21-66" src="pdf-obj-21-66.jpg">

Stan J. Caterbone

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Letter to and from Kathleen Kane re Good Old Boys Nov 13, 2015

SEE ATTACHED

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November 12, 2015

Ms. Kathleen Kane

Pennsylvania Attorney General

16 th Floor Strawberry Square

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Stan J. Caterbone

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

1250 Fremont Street

Lancaster, PA

17603

scaterbone@live.com

717-669-2163

Re: “Old Boys Network” filed in GENERAL OAG QUESTIONS November 11, 2015

November 11, 2015 7:42am

"Kane, the first woman and Democrat elected to the position of Pennsylvania's top

prosecutor, has dismissed the case as a backlash over her challenge to what she

calls the old-boys' network in Pennsylvania law enforcement." LNP, Attorney

General Kane faces trial on more charges, by the Associated Press on November 11,

2015.”

Back in 1998 I had a meeting with an NSA (National Security Agency, Ft. Meade, Md)

operative in a parking lot of a former car dealer in York, PA. I had just attended a job

fair and he approached me as I was about to get into my car. He introduced himself

as being from the NSA and I questioned him about why they would not leave me

alone. His response was "It is not US (NSA) it's the Good Ole Boys". I also have

a huge problem with modified, stolen, and planted documents. We parted ways in an

amicable fashion.

Stan J. Caterbone Advanced Media Group

717-669-2163

See the enclosed as well as U.S.C.A. 15-3400 LISA MICHELLE LAMBERT APPEAL,

APPELLANT, Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se

PUBLIC CORRUPTION AND ABUSE OF POWER by Stan J. Caterbone and the ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP Novemberwww.amgglobalentertainmentgroup.com See the enclosed as well as U.S.C.A. 15-3400 LISA MICHELLE LAMBERT APPEAL, APPELLANT, Stanley J. Caterbone, Pro Se https://www.scribd.com/doc/284639091/Federal-Whistleblower-and-Targeted- Individual-of-U-S-Sponsored-Mind-Control-Executive-Summary-Updated-October- 12-2015 Stan J. Caterbone 3575 EDA 2016 UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF Page No. 24 of 56 Monday June 12, 2017 " id="pdf-obj-23-85" src="pdf-obj-23-85.jpg">

Stan J. Caterbone

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FINAL ANALYSIS AND ARGUMENT TO SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING:

1. Quashing the charges in case Montgomery Court Case No. CP-46-CR-0006239-2015

2. In support of any other relief this Court deems just and proper.

Kathleen Kane was the FIRST FEMALE AND FIRST DEMOCRAT ELECTED TO THE

POSITION OF PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY GENERAL. Former President Bill Clinton supported

and campaigned for Kathleen Kane to help her win the Pennsylvania Attorney General Office.

Kathleen Kane was inspired and worked tirelessly to rid Pennsylvania of the “Good Old Boys”

Club where there was judicial injustices from there was no separation of powers between

JUDGES, PROSECUTORS, ATTORNEYS, AND POLICE. Stan J. Caterbone has been a victim of

this network since 1987 until today, as has been Lisa Michelle Lambert.

Today the TRUMP ADMINISTRATION and the REPUBLICAN ADMINISTRATION WITH

THE SUPPORT OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY is creating a MILITARY-POLICE STATE. In

February of 2017, just weeks after PRESIDENT TRUMP took office, (3) Executive Orders

were signed into law that deal with Law Enforcement and Police. These EXECUTIVE ORDERS

provide law enforcement and police broad and expanded powers to subject citizens to

excessive surveillance and excessive use of force.

_______________________________________________

February 9, 2017 -

Enforcing Federal Law with Respect to Transnational Criminal Organizations and

Preventing International Trafficking: This executive order looks to ensure that federal law

enforcement agencies place a high priority on identifying, interdicting, disrupting, and dismantling

transnational criminal organizations involved in the trafficking of humans, drugs, or weapons,

financial crimes, and money laundering. It calls on relevant agencies to develop strategies to

maximize their coordination of enforcing existing federal laws related to those crimes. (Order)

Preventing Violence Against Federal, State, Tribal, and Local Law Enforcement Officers:

This executive order calls for legislation defining new federal crimes and increasing penalties for

existing federal crimes in order to prevent violence against federal, state, tribal and local law

enforcement officers. (Order)

Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety: This executive order establishes a Task

Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety supported by the Attorney General. The Task Force

would develop strategies to reduce crime, identify deficiencies in existing laws that have made

them less effective in reducing crime, and propose new legislation to improve public safety.

Trump signs three new executive orders on crime reduction

By Laura Jarrett, CNN

Updated 6:10 AM ET, Fri February 10, 2017

Story highlights

One order creates a new Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety

"It's a shame what's been happening to our great, truly great law enforcement officers,"

Trump said

Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump signed three new executive orders Thursday that he

said are "designed to restore safety in America."

Trump signed the executive orders in the Oval Office after swearing in Attorney General Jeff

Sessions.

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One of the orders, aimed at "reduc(ing) crime and restor(ing) public safety," directs Sessions to

establish a new Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety.

The Task Force will develop "strategies to reduce crime, including, in particular, illegal

immigration, drug trafficking and violent crime," propose new legislation, and submit at least one

report to the President within the next year.

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A second executive order, aimed at combating transnational drug cartels, prescribes steps for

various federal agencies to "increase intelligence" sharing among law enforcement partners. The

order also instructs an existing inter-agency working group to submit a report to Trump within

four months detailing the progress made in combating criminal organizations, "along with any

recommended actions for dismantling them."

"I'm directing Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security to undertake all

necessary and lawful action to break the back of the criminal cartels that have spread across our

nation and are destroying the blood of our youth and other people," Trump said Thursday.

Finally, Trump signed an executive order directing the Justice Department to use existing federal

law to prosecute those who commit crimes against law enforcement officers.

"It's a shame what's been happening to our great, truly great law enforcement officers," Trump

said at the signing ceremony. "That's going to stop as of today."

Amnesty International USA swiftly reacted to the executive order, saying that while "(l)aw

enforcement officers face unique hardships and challenges due to the nature of their work," this

order does not address underlying problems in the criminal justice system.

"This order will not protect anyone, and instead it creates additional penalties that could

cause people to be significantly over-prosecuted for offenses including resisting arrest,"

Amnesty International's Noor Mir said in a statement.

______________________________________________

Next the Trump Administration attempted to cover-up the CIA Torture Program that brought

to light the Black Torture Program of the Iraq War. “Senators, spies and a president spent years in a

pitched battle over how the history is told of one of the most controversial chapters of America’s

campaign against terrorism, the detention and interrogation of prisoners in secret C.I.A. Jails

..

But

recent moves by the Trump administration have increased the likelihood that much of what is

known about the macabre humiliations that unfolded in those jails around the world will remain

hidden from public view. Congressional officials said on Friday that the administration had begun

returning to Congress copies of a 6,700-page Senate report from 2014 about the C.I.A. program. The

move raises the possibility that most of the copies could be locked in Senate vaults indefinitely or even

destroyed — and increases the risk that future government officials, unable to read the report, will never

learn its lessons. “

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Trump Administration Returns Copies of Report on C.I.A. Torture to Congress

PUBLIC CORRUPTION AND ABUSE OF POWER by Stan J. Caterbone and the ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP PUBLICMARK MAZZETTI , MATTHEW ROSENBERG and CHARLIE SAVAGE J UNE 2, 2017 The Trump administration is returning its copies of a 6,700-page Senate report about the detention and interrogation of prisoners in secret C.I.A. jails. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times WASHINGTON — Senators, spies and a president spent years in a pitched battle over how the history is told of one of the most controversial chapters of America’s campaign against terrorism, the detention and interrogation of prisoners in secret C.I.A. jails. But recent moves by the Trump administration have increased the likelihood that much of what is known about the macabre humiliations that unfolded in those jails around the world will remain hidden from public view. Congressional officials said on Friday that the administration had begun returning to Congress copies of a 6,700-page Senate report from 2014 about the C.I.A. program. The move raises the possibility that most of the copies could be locked in Senate vaults indefinitely or even destroyed — and increases the risk that future government officials, unable to read the report, will never learn its lessons. The classified report is the result of a lengthy investigation into the program by Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee, telling the story of how — in the years after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks — the C.I.A. began capturing terrorism suspects and interrogating them in secret prisons beyond the reach of the American judicial and military legal systems. The central conclusion of the report is that the spy agency’s interrogation methods — including waterboarding, sleep deprivation and other kinds of torture — were far more brutal and less effective than the C.I.A. described to policy makers, Congress and the public. The Trump administration’s decision honors the request of the Republican chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Richard M. Burr of North Carolina, who has portrayed the report as shoddy and excessively critical of the C.I.A. and the administration of President George W. Bush. The F.B.I., the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the C.I.A. and the agency’s inspector general have returned their copies of the report, said American officials who asked not to be named to discuss the status of those classified copies. 3575 3575 EDA 2016 UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF EDA 2016 UPDATED AMICUS BRIEF Page No. 29 of 56 Page No. 26 of 53 Monday June 12, 2017 Monday June 12, 2017 " id="pdf-obj-28-8" src="pdf-obj-28-8.jpg">

The Central Intelligence Agency’s headquarters in Langley, Va., in January.

The Trump administration

is returning

its copies

of a 6,700-page

Senate report about

the

detention and interrogation of prisoners in secret C.I.A. jails. Credit Doug Mills/The New York

Times

WASHINGTON — Senators, spies and a president spent years in a pitched battle over how the

history is told of one of the most controversial chapters of America’s campaign against terrorism,

the detention and interrogation of prisoners in secret C.I.A. jails.

But recent moves by the Trump administration have increased the likelihood that much of what is

known about the macabre humiliations that unfolded in those jails around the world will remain

hidden from public view.

Congressional officials said on Friday that the administration had begun returning to Congress

copies of a 6,700-page Senate report from 2014 about the C.I.A. program. The move raises the

possibility that most of the copies could be locked in Senate vaults indefinitely or even destroyed

— and increases the risk that future government officials, unable to read the report, will never

learn its lessons.

The classified report is the result of a lengthy investigation into the program by Democrats on the

Senate Intelligence Committee, telling the story of how — in the years after the Sept. 11, 2001,

terrorist attacks — the C.I.A. began capturing terrorism suspects and interrogating them in secret

prisons beyond the reach of the American judicial and military legal systems. The central

conclusion of the report is that the spy agency’s interrogation methods — including

waterboarding, sleep deprivation and other kinds of torture — were far more brutal and less

effective than the C.I.A. described to policy makers, Congress and the public.

The Trump administration’s decision honors the request of the Republican chairman of the Senate

Intelligence Committee, Richard M. Burr of North Carolina, who has portrayed the report as

shoddy and excessively critical of the C.I.A. and the administration of President George W. Bush.

The F.B.I., the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the C.I.A. and the agency’s inspector

general have returned their copies of the report, said American officials who asked not to be

named to discuss the status of those classified copies.

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The report is the most comprehensive accounting of the

Bush-era program that exists. A

declassified executive summary was made public in December 2014, and it laid bare some of the

worst excesses of the war on terrorism, drawing broad condemnation both inside the United

States and abroad.

Officials who played important roles in the C.I.A. detention program remain at the agency,

including its newly appointed deputy director, Gina Haspel, and the former head of the agency’s

counterterrorism center, Michael D’Andrea. Mr. D’Andrea recently assumed control of the agency’s

Iran operations.

The Senate Intelligence Committee, which was run by Democrats when the executive summary

was released, sent copies of the entire report to at least eight federal agencies, asking that they

incorporate it into their records — a move that would have made the documents subject to

requests under the Freedom of Information Act. That law, which allows citizens, the news media

and other groups to request access to information held by the federal government, does not apply

to congressional records.

The agencies all refused to add the report to their records, and instead kept their copies locked

up, prompting the American Civil Liberties Union to sue the C.I.A. for access to the full report.

Some Republicans on the panel supported the publication of the 500-page executive summary.

Others issued a rebuttal that challenged some of the conclusions — but not specific facts — in the

report, such as the finding that the interrogation methods did not produce useful intelligence.

After Republicans took over the Senate in early 2015, Mr. Burr asked the Obama administration to

return all the copies that had been sent to the C.I.A., the Pentagon, the Justice Department and

other executive-branch agencies.

The Obama administration instead left the matter to the courts, and the case was still being heard

when President Trump took office on Jan. 20. It was decided in April, with a ruling that cleared the

way for the agencies to return their copies to the Senate.

Mr. Burr has called the report nothing more than a “footnote in history.” His committee is now

conducting one of the investigations into whether any of Mr. Trump’s campaign advisers or

associates assisted in the Russian effort to disrupt last year’s presidential campaign.

The return of the report to the Senate committee “is extremely disturbing on a number of levels,”

said Katherine Hawkins, senior counsel at the Constitution Project, an advocacy organization.

“First, it remains absurd that no one in the executive branch will open the full report. Second,

Senator Burr’s ongoing attempts to bury the torture report casts doubt on his willingness to follow

the facts to conclusions that would damage the administration in the Russia probe.”

Richard M. Burr, the Republican chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, asked for all

copies of the torture report to be returned in 2015. Credit Al Drago/The New York Times

The C.I.A., the F.B.I. and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence declined to comment.

The

full

report

is

not expected

to

offer evidence

of previously undisclosed

interrogation

techniques, but the interrogation sessions are said to be described in great detail. The report

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explains the origins of the program and identifies the officials involved, and also offers details on

the role of each agency in the secret prison program.

It remains an open question what Mr. Burr will do with the copies that are returned to the Senate.

He said on Friday that the committee would “enact necessary measures to protect the sensitive

sources and methods contained within the report.”

During his confirmation process to become director of the C.I.A., Mike Pompeo told the Senate

Intelligence Committee that he would read the full report.

Democrats on the committee expressed fear that the report would be buried — or worse, that

electronic copies would be erased and hard copies destroyed.

“No senator — chairman or not — has the authority to erase history. I believe that is the intent of

the chairman in this case,” said Senator Dianne Feinstein, Democrat of California, who was the

committee’s chairwoman when the report was written.

Some on the Democratic side also expressed frustration with what they considered the tepid

response of the committee’s Democratic vice chairman, Senator Mark Warner of Virginia. They

said Mr. Warner felt it was more important to preserve his relationship with Mr. Burr for the sake

of the Russia investigation than to battle over the detention report.

Mr.

Warner said in

a statement on Friday

straightforward history.”

that

the report was “a thorough,

fact-based and

He added, “This study must be preserved for history.”

At least three copies remain outside Senate hands, though they are off limits to the public.

In December, President Barack Obama notified the Senate that he was including a copy of the full

report in his presidential records, which would be deposited at the National Archives and Records

Administration.

That copy was still at the archives on Friday, said James B. Pritchett, a spokesman for the agency.

But presidential records are generally not eligible to be made public until 12 years after the

president leaves office — and even then, classified documents, like the report, could remain secret

indefinitely.

A second copy is in the hands of the Pentagon. A judge overseeing the military commission

prosecution of five Guantánamo Bay detainees accused of aiding the Sept. 11 attacks — each of

whom was previously held by the C.I.A. — ordered the Defense Department in January to hold on

And a third, which had been held by the Justice Department, is now at the Federal District Court

of the District of Columbia. Late in the Obama administration, two judges on that court ordered

the administration to hand over a copy in response to requests by lawyers for two other former

C.I.A. detainees who are now being held at the Guantánamo Bay prison. The lawyers argued that

preserving the report was necessary for their legal cases.

The Trump administration complied with the order in February, depositing the copy with the

court’s security officer.

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The Senate had also given the Justice Department a copy of the report for the F.B.I. The bureau

has returned that copy to the Senate, officials said.

The return of the F.B.I. copy could raise questions about whether Attorney General Jeff Sessions

was abiding by a pledge he made during his confirmation process not to return the Justice

Department’s copy to the Senate.

But a spokeswoman for Mr. Sessions, Sarah Isgur Flores, noted on Friday that the other copy

once held by the Justice Department is with the Federal District Court, not the Senate.

On Twitter, follow Mark Mazzetti @MarkMazzettiNYT, Matthew Rosenberg @AllMattNYT, and

Charlie Savage @charlie_savage.

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On January 23, 2017 just some days after PRESIDENT TRUMP and the REPUBLICANS

took Office, Stan J. Caterbone filed Lancaster County Court Case No. 08-CI-13373 re

PRAECIPE TO ADD DEFENDANTS COMEY, SESSIONS AND TRUMP AND REMOVE OBAMA

January 23, 2017.

It is quite evident that the COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, THE COUNTY OF

LANCASTER, AND THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION ARE ALL OPERATING UNDER THE SAME

CORRUPT AND DARK CLOUD OF CORRUPTION, COVER-UP, AND FINALLY ABUSE OF

EXECTIVE POWER TO FURTHER DISCRIDIT AND VICTIMIZE FORMIDIBLE AND COMPETENT

ACTIVISTS WHO ARE TRYING TO BRING A TRUE SENSE OF SOCIAL AND JUDICIAL EQUALITY

TO THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA – THE HONORABLE MS. KATHLEEN KANE AND

STAN J. CATERBONE. THIS COURT MUST IMMEDIATELY:

  • 1. DISMISS THE CHARGES AGAINST KATHLEEN KANE

  • 2. RESTORE HER LAW LICENSE

  • 3. AND FINALLY RELEASE MS. LISA MICHELLE LAMBERT FROM THE FRAMININGHAM PRISON IN MASSACHUSETTES

DATED:

JUNE 12, 2017

___________/S/____________

Stan J. Caterbone, Pro Se Litigant

ADVANCED MEDIA GROUP

Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance, ® Registered in Pennsylvania

1250 Fremont Street

Lancaster, PA

17603

stancaterbone@gmail.com

717-327-1566

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KATHLEEN KANE RESEARCH LINKS

Kathleen Kane

In her statement, Kane said she intends to vigorously defend the Office of Attorney General against

any and all future efforts by this committee or the Senate as a whole.…

Attorney General Kathleen Kane, in responding to news of the Senate's possible removal process

moving forward, vowed to challenge to constitutionality of the action.

HARRISBURG - A former aide to Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane has sued her for

wrongful termination, contending he was dismissed in retaliation for recommending the firing of her

controversial chief of staff, who had been accused of sexually harassing female colleagues. - Angela

Couloumbis, Philadelphia Inquirer

HARRISBURG - A former aide to Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane has sued her

over wrongful termination, contending he was dismissed in retaliation for recommending the firing of

her controversial chief of staff, who had been accused of sexually harassing female colleagues. -

Angela Couloumbis, Philadelphia Inquirer

December 15, 2015 "Kane, the first woman and Democrat elected to the position of

Pennsylvania's top prosecutor, has dismissed the case as a backlash

Former state prosecutor Frank Fina will testify Wednesday in a legislative bribery case that ensnared

several top Philadelphia lawmakers. He may be joined by Attorney General Kathleen Kane

Kane, aides sued by HR analyst with whistleblower claims

A Northeast Pennsylvania prosecutor said he'll seek the Democratic nomination for state Attorney

General Kathleen Kane's job. Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli said Tuesday ...

Allentown news, Bethlehem news, Easton news, Poconos news, Lehighton news, Quakertown news,

Lehigh Valley news

Though they live worlds apart, on separate continents, a 54-year-old Armenian woman named Julietta

Amarikian has something in common with Pennsylvania Attorney

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Though they live worlds apart, on separate continents, a 54-year-old Armenian woman named Julietta

Amarikian has something in common with Pennsylvania Attorney

Stan J. Caterbone Mental Health Arguments With Newslanc Editiorial Re Kathleen Kane and Mental

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The top deputy for embattled Attorney General Kathleen Kane doesn't seem to agree with his boss's

view in the ongoing the controversial email scandal.

On the same day that a Philadelphia district attorney spoke out on Kathleen Kane's involvement in the

exchange of vulgar emails, the attorney general signed a document appointing Douglas Gansler as

special prosecutor.

Indicted in August for perjury, the state's attorney general could prove to be a liability for a Clinton

presidential run.

Attorney General Kathleen Kane on Tuesday appointed a special prosecutor who was himself

sanctioned by the courts, is not licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania, and has been photographed in

the middle of a teen drinking party.

Attorney General Kathleen Kane now faces an investigation by the State Ethics Commission, in

addition to criminal charges, a Senate removal process and various civil lawsuits.

Kathleen Kane's year can be summed up with three words: perjury, porn, patronage.

News 8 has learned that state Attorney General Kathleen Kane is being investigated by the

Pennsylvania Ethics Commission.

WASHINGTON POST: ...

Over

the past 15 months, beleaguered Pennsylvania Attorney General

Kathleen Kane has released a steady stream of messages retrieved from a

Attorney General Kathleen Kane's office has responded to a Supreme Court petition challenging her

legal status.

By Robert Field Looking back on 2015, we are again reminded of how difficult, most times

impossible, it has been to avoid tragedies and spur

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane acknowledges she may not run for re-election unless

her law license suspension is lifted.

The porngate email exchanges include offensive material about domestic violence, homosexuals and

various racial and ethnic stereotypes.

A new political year brings chances for change or the sad possibility of sameness. Here are key issues

and events that will shape state news in 2016. - John Baer, Philadelphia Daily News

NewsLanc.com - News from Lancaster County

Photo by Mary Wilson / WITF State Attorney General Kathleen Kane might be a no-show at the

special hearing scheduled next Tuesday by the Senate committee considering her ouster. Spokesman

Chuck Ardo said Wednesday that the embattled official is still considering how she will respond to the

panel, but it is

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Senate invokes constitutional provision against AG Kathleen Kane tied to era of eugenics, forced

sterilizations, and the Holocaust

by Bill

Kathleen Kane posed a tangible threat to the well-entrenched cadre of corrupted officials from both

parties who've been running the state, and who all rely on a

I came to appreciate prosecutors Frank Fina and Pat Blessington for their honesty, intelligence, and

diligence as they evenhandedly and without fear or favor uprooted both Democratic and Republican

corruption. - By George Parry, Philadelphia Inquirer

HARRISBURG — Embattled attorney general Kathleen Kane intends to run for a second term despite

facing criminal charges and lacking a law license, but she has not made a final

She is facing a criminal trial, the Senate might yank her out of office, her poll numbers are sinking,

rivals in her own party are lining up for her job, and the husband who bankrolled her last campaign is

no longer in the picture. - Craig R. McCoy andAngela Couloumbis, Philadelphia Inquirer

The Special Committee on Senate Address will meet Tuesday to decide whether Kathleen Kane should

be removed from office.

Photo by AP Photo/Matt Slocum Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane looks on while

arriving at Benjamin Franklin Parkway ahead of the Papal Mass Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015, in

Philadelphia. (Harrisburg) -- State Attorney General Kathleen Kane faces a fourth and final Senate

hearing in a process that could lead to her removal from office on grounds that she can't perform her

duties while her law license remains suspended. Her spokesman said Friday she doesn't plan to be

present when the Special Committee on Senate Address convenes tomorrow to hear from her. The

hearing to get her side is required under an obscure constitutional provision that could soon be used

against her. Her spokesman says she'll meet a noon deadline today to submit a written statement of

some sort. The first-term Democrat has said the Senate can't remove her on its own. The state Supreme

Court suspended Kane's license as ...

The Attorney General’s political consultant Ken Smukler believes Kane will run for re-election this

year.

Ruling upends challenges to the office’s authority in wake of Kathleen Kane’s suspension.

Kathleen Kane has confirmed what most assumed: That the attorney general would forego a Senate

hearing Tuesday that would be the next step toward her removal from office.

Criminal charges aside, the most urgent threat to Attorney General Kathleen Kane is an arcane

removal provision last used in another headline-grabbing scandal 125 years ago.

Gov. Ed Rendell plans to testify in support of Attorney General Kathleen Kane at a Senate hearing that

could lead to her ultimate removal.

Kane has no plans to testify at a Senate hearing on her removal.

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From Yahoo News: A Pennsylvania Senate committee delayed a vote on Tuesday on whether to

recommend removing embattled Attorney General Kathleen Kane from her post because of a

suspended law license. The move to put off the vote followed testimony from former Pennsylvania

Governor Edward Rendell and the attorney general's chief of staff, Jonathan Decker, who said Kane

could continue to perform her job adequately without a law license. “The only time it would be

relevant for the attorney general not to be able to go to court would be if everyone else was wiped out,”

Rendell said.

Kathleen Kane's law license suspension appeal moving through court

Doug Gansler, the special prosecutor hired by Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane to

review offensive emails exchanged by government employees, has b ...

The state Attorney General may launch an improbable re-election bid, even as she fights to stay out of

prison.

Photo by Mary Wilson / WITF The state Senate is in a bit of a pickle as it advances its analysis of

whether or not to boot Attorney General Kathleen Kane from office due to the suspension of her law

license last year pending her trial on perjury and other criminal charges. Last week, the attorney

general asked the state Supreme Court to reconsider its September ruling shelving her legal credential.

She argued that sitting Justice Michael Eakin should not have participated in the discussion, as he has

since been suspended from the bench due to inappropriate e-mails he exchanged that she had released.

Kane's petition to the Supreme Court was filed the evening before a hearing called by the Senate panel

considering her ouster. The next day, at the hearing intended to give Kane a chance to defend herself,

former Governor Ed Rendell testified instead. Rendell noted the ...

The Pennsylvania state Senate is in a bind as it advances its analysis of whether or not to remove

Attorney General Kathleen Kane from office due to the

The state office that investigates misconduct by lawyers argued Wednesday that Pennsylvania

Attorney General Kathleen Kane waited too long to object to Justice Michael Eakin's participation

with four other ...

A top state prosecutor is raising questions about Attorney General Kathleen Kane's hiring of a team of

outside lawyers to investigate a government email scandal. Updated 1/21/16 7:44 PM.

Read the latest Top News news and view Top News pictures from our team of local insiders.

AG William Hensel caught Philly Inquirer bribing city treasurer by Bill Keisling

Pennsylvania Senate plans to invoke a

Note to readers: The

WALKILEAKS / AP: The office that investigates misconduct by lawyers is arguing that Pennsylvania

Attorney General Kathleen Kane waited too long to complain

This rambling text is copied from the RACL November 17 minutes. Risks: moral hazard and the

American dream. Hyperbole aside, I'm concerned that we

A report that two more Pennsylvania Supreme Court justices were no strangers to the state's sprawling

electronic profanity exchange shows why the high court has been widely urged to order an independent

investigation of the scandal - and why it hasn't done so.

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HARRISBURG - A key House committee is taking the first steps toward launching impeachment

proceedings against Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane, even as the Senate is poised to

decide whether to remove her from office. - Angela Couloumbis, Philadelphia Inquirer

If the full House follows suit, a subcommittee investigating the embattled attorney general would have

subpoena power.

A special committee's ruling leaves the embattled AG in doubt

Divided Pa. Senate panel supports Kane removal vote

Sen. John Gordner, R-Columbia, says once the state Supreme Court makes a decision on Kathleen

Kane's law license appeal, he would be the first to push for a vote on whether she should be

impeached.

One local Democrat is not happy with the Senate's latest decision.

Kane up, Wolf down and no one knows how to feel about the U.S. Senate race. Yep, it's campaign

season in Pennsylvania.

A long-awaited Superior Court ruling that landed last month did more than just dismiss the most

serious charges against three former Penn State administrators accused of covering up child sex attacks

by Jerry Sandusky. - Susan Snyder and Craig R. McCoy, Philadelphia Inquirer

Attorney General Kathleen Kane was the most promising political figure in Pennsylvania, until she

became obsessed with an enemy she just couldn’t destroy.

A Pennsylvania activist again asked the state to take action regarding embattled Attorney General

Kathleen Kane, asking the Office of General Counsel on Wednesday to investigate her alleged use of

campaign funds to pay legal fees related to her indictment and law license suspension.

Majority Leader David Reed, R-Indiana County, says the floor vote to launch an investigation will

come Monday or Tuesday