Williams to urge law license suspensions for those who ‘investigated’ Eakin emails
HARRISBURG, Monday, Nov. 23 – State Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams and other state legislators will hold a press conference at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, Nov. 24, in the Capitol to call for the suspension of the law licenses for those who covered up the investigation of racist, misogynistic, homophobic emails received and forwarded by state Supreme Court Justice Michael Eakin.
Media, only, will be able to view some of Eakin’s emails at 11 a.m. in the Media Center.
Williams, who has been the leading voice for judicial conduct reform in Pennsylvania, said last week that First Deputy PA Attorney General Bruce Beemer, PA Judicial Conduct Board Chief Counsel Robert Graci, and PA Supreme Court Special Counsel Robert Byer covered up their probe of Eakin’s email ring.
Media coverage is invited.
WHAT: Sen. Anthony H. Williams and other elected lawmakers to call for new disciplinary actions in judicial conduct reform push
WHEN: 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, Nov. 24 (press conference); 11 a.m., media-only invitation to view sample of Eakin emails in Media Center
WHERE: East Wing Rotunda and Media Center, Capitol, Harrisburg
Contact: Mark Shade
Phone: 717 787-5166