As listed in today’s news release, McCaffery faces several accusations against him — accusations that the average Pennsylvanians would be investigated for, if they were leveled at them. But Seamus McCaffery simply walks away. As a pro-decency group, our major concern is whether the emails described in last week’s news release are illegal obscenity. It is against federal law to email obscene material!
Yesterday PA Supreme Court Judge Seamus McCaffery sent his resignation letter to Governor Corbett without mentioning the email scandal involving more than 234 pornographic photos and videos, but instead said he was retiring “in light of my immediate intention to embark on other professional endeavors and paths.” The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide pro-decency group, is still asking Attorney General Kathleen Kane to investigate whether the sexually explicit emails sent by McCaffery and the others involved were illegal obscenity.
Today the American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide pro-decency organization, contacted the PA Attorney General’s office asking for the expansion of the investigation into the email porn scandal. Our question: Is this material illegal obscenity? The AFA of PA is calling for a full investigation into whether the material being circulated among these government officials is illegal obscenity and thus a federal crime.