The Office of Attorney General will continue its appeal to the Commonwealth Court over a public records request for pornographic and otherwise inappropriate emails between government officials, Attorney General Kathleen Kane has said, even though some of those messages were unsealed Wednesday by the state Supreme Court.

The court issued orders Wednesday unsealing seven filings and their exhibits, all related to the 35th Statewide Investigating Grand Jury, which recommended criminal charges against Kane for leaking grand jury information. The filings included 398 pages of emails between government officials, discovered by the OAG, that contain pornographic, sexist, racist and otherwise offensive material.