Bridgegate Committee Cooperating with Federal Investigators

, New Jersey Law Journal


The committee of the New Jersey Legislature investigating last fall's closure of local access lanes to the George Washington Bridge doesn't call any witness to give testimony before first checking with federal prosecutors.

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  • thomas caggiano

    read as the christie admin has in respone to demanded statements of information under oath has the nj ag hoffman‘s div of law respond with false decetive responses under oath but the grc is contolled by christie cabinet dept of community affairs commissioner constable III,esq noted by hoboken mayor and christie‘s lt gov as all three were attorneys in the corrupt us attorny dist of nj incl hoffman and christie‘s press spokesperson now pprotectd by fishman and stuart rabner nj chief justice christie‘s former nj district aattorney

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