Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s top deputies testified Wednesday about the “profound and extraordinary” impact her license suspension has had on the Office of Attorney General.

Despite frequently offering circumspect responses to questions from the Senate committee investigating Kane, the four executive deputies detailed the mounting internal and external issues at play, including the potential “nuclear option” the situation could present: a violent criminal being released because of the OAG’s unprecedented predicament.

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