Former Christie Official 'Dumbfounded' at Retaliation Against Fort Lee Mayor

, New Jersey Law Journal


A former member of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's administration, who unsuccessfully sought Democratic Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich's endorsement of Christie's re-election bid, told a legislative committee investigating last fall's closure of local access lanes to the George Washington Bridge that he was "dumbfounded" that anyone would retaliate against Sokolich in such a way for his decision.

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  • Kickyourace

    It is bizarre that they‘d close lanes. With Samson involved, I keep wondering if it had to do with development deals by the Bridge.

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