Update on April 17, 2013
The video is excellent and completely factual.
Unfortunately, in the comments underneath the video the
orchestrated cyberbullying team can be seen
spewing unsubstantiated allegations and attack speech.
They seem to love to hurl words such as "delusional" and
"moron"; and the "p" word in numerous, "clever" multiple forms.
In these negative comments, they exceed their reach.
For one thing, one of the lowest, meanest, nastiest and dirtiest
things one human being can do to another, is to hurl the
word "pedophile" at someone else without justification,
at the drop of a hat, just because the hurler doesn't like
what the other person is saying, and wants to shut them
up - and that is a typical brutal Corbett political machine tactic
which reeks of McCarthyism - and which DISCREDITS
the cause of legitimate child protection from every angle).
And it is a case of the pot calling the kettle black.
This political machine, and its obvious pawns, are defending
indefensible injustices by viciously going on the attack.
Tom Corbett and his bag of dirty-tricks gestapo
can't throw mud at a marble wall forever,
on a permanent career path.
I would advise anyone who works for Corbett to quit the team and
tell all he or she knows to the FBI and to
Attorney General Kathleen Kane, at once.
If there is any justice left in America,
Tom Corbett will be in handcuffs by the end of 2013.
This is the authoritative synopsis of the Freeh Report,
which was orchestrated by Governor Corbett, and
which cost millions of taxpayer dollars. It was a waste.
Meanwhile, this petition attracted 83 signatures in the
first 12 hours, and 130 signatures in the first 24 hours.
This third link shows the unnecessary cruelty of Corbett as State Attorney General,
revealing how he used the Attorney General's office as a political
springboard to run for Governor, and callously and coldly exploited
defendants who hadn't yet been proven guilty in a court of law.
Interestingly, this article shows that the same spokesman who
shilled for Corbett while Attorney General, continues as
spokesman for Corbett in his first term as Governor.
(In December 2012, the spokesman shilled for Corbett's
"reefer madness" idea that marijuana is a "gateway" drug -
an idea nowhere endorsed by scientists anywhere today.)
The public should be aware that when Corbett was first
appointed Attorney General, in the 1990s, the Pennsylvania
Legislature asked Corbett to promise that he would NOT run
for Governor - and Corbett agreed to this as a condition of
the job. He later broke that promise, as we see. This is
identical to the way the Constitution-shredding Governor
of Pennsylvania handles his Oath of Office, in which he
is sworn to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution.