In response to Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s call for the release of allegedly pornographic and racist emails she claims are at the heart of a political vendetta against her, the state Supreme Court has unsealed orders in the underlying cases, and signaled that more documents could be unsealed soon.

On Tuesday afternoon, the court issued two orders unsealing previous orders in a case that involved Kane’s challenge to the authority of the judge who supervised the 35th Statewide Investigating Grand Jury. That grand jury recommended Kane face criminal charges related to allegedly leaking grand-jury secrets. Charges including obstruction, official oppression, criminal conspiracy and perjury were filed against her earlier this month.

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