The Office of the Bergen County Prosecutor said in a letter to a local judge it did not have sufficient evidence to prove allegations that Christie knew about a plot to close lanes at the George Washington Bridge in 2013 in order to punish a local mayor for failing to endorse Christie’s re-election bid.
Wildstein also implicated Gov. Chris Christie, saying he and Baroni discussed the lane closures with the governor while they were ongoing.
By Joseph Tanfani, Tribune Washington Bureau TRENTON, N.J. — A new joint investigations committee began its work Monday, seeking to unravel the mystery of who gave the order for the now-notorious traffic jam in September in the lanes leading to the George Washington Bridge. The new joint committee reissued the 20 subpoenas that another Assembly […]
In a major warning sign to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R), a new USA Today/Pew Research Center poll shows the Republican’s popularity slipping – even outside the tri-state area. The embattled governor is currently facing questions over his possible involvement in or knowledge of lane closures on the George Washington Bridge in September and his use – or […]
New York (AFP) – Embattled New Jersey governor Chris Christie’s second-in-command Monday flatly denied allegations she and Christie threatened to withhold money for Hurricane Sandy relief as a political quid pro quo. These latest allegations of political strong arm tactics add to the increasing scandal surrounding the governor, after aides were accused of manufacturing traffic […]