HARRISBURG - On Monday, Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane said she would "love to sit all day" and answer questions about her office's review of why her predecessors took so long to bring charges against serial child-abuser Jerry Sandusky.
That was before her office acknowledged that she erred on a key and emotionally charged question: whether any children had been abused by Sandusky while the 33-month-long state investigation was ongoing.
On Friday, Kane refused to answer questions about the issue or clarify her comments.
At a news conference on an unrelated matter, Kane declined to discuss the Sandusky report or any other topics. Asked whether she would speak after the event, Kane referred reporters to her press office.