On Thursday, Beemer promoted one longtime attorney to be his assistant and promoted three agents to supervise investigative units formerly led by Kane supporters, including one who testified against her in exchange for immunity from prosecution.
"Dave, Tony, Bob and Amy are respected throughout the office of attorney general," Beemer said. "They are all talented professionals who have long been assets to this office. I am confident they will continue to provide the leadership and integrity that have helped them earn the respect of their colleagues."
Peifer retired Friday. The affidavit outlining felony and other charges against Kane described Peifer as one of her most trusted advisers, who snooped on grand jury emails and other computer records to see who was testifying about the records leak.
Peifer testified against Kane in the trial in which she was found guilty in early August.
Beemer, who also testified against Kane, his former boss, was appointed attorney general in late August. Within days, he terminated Reese, who is appealing his conviction. Beemer also terminated Kane's narcotics director and chief of staff
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"I think it's reasonably likely that I'd serve just two terms, but I haven't made the final decision yet," Toomey said.
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