With the focus of the racist and pornographic email scandal moving from Harrisburg to Philadelphia, pressure is mounting on Philadelphia District Attorney R. Seth Williams.

Over the past few weeks, state and local politicos have been calling on Williams to fire three prosecutors in his office involved in the scandal that has been unfolding over the past year. Although Williams decided to transfer the three prosecutors out of the special investigations unit, attorneys have said the scandal is likely to continue and could affect some prosecutions being brought by Williams’ office.

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