Governor Mark Sanford faces 37 charges for using state planes for personal and political use. The ethics report, now made public, is in the hands of SC Attorney General Henry McMaster. Charlie Condon served as state attorney general from 1995 to 2003. In his expert opinion: “It raises a real eyebrow because this is not really what I expected, I thought it would be technical, merely lack of intent accusations that you could look at and dismiss,” says Condon.
Condon says the allegations amount to an abuse of trust at the very least.
“I feel certain that there will be at least a sizable number of members of the General Assembly that will view this as impeachable,” says Condon.