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Port Authority Chairman David Samson, has come under intense scrutiny recently over his involvement in Port Authority decisions that appeared to benefit clients of his private law firm. David Samson is an ally of New Jersey Governor Chris…>read moreNo Comment March 11, 2014
Federal agents are conducting a criminal investigation into fired deputy chief of staff to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Bridget Anne Kelly, over her role in deliberate traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge, her attorney said. Bridget Anne…>read moreNo Comment March 7, 2014
Michael Drewniak, the press secretary to Governor Chris Christie, is one of Christie’s closest advisers, according to Bloomberg News. According to his lawyer, Drewniak was interviewed by U.S. prosecutors concerning the deliberate traffic jams near the George Washington Bridge.…>read moreNo Comment February 28, 2014
Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich, according to the Huffington Post, is at the center of the controversy surrounding New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and lane closures on the George Washington Bridge Earlier this month. Emails have revealed that top…>read moreNo Comment February 19, 2014
Amid the lane closure bridge controversy, Gov. Christies Administration has hired an outside law firm to help and cooperate with a U.S. Attorney inquiry, into the claim that top staffers arranged a massive traffic jam in Fort Lee,…>read moreNo Comment January 16, 2014
A probe has been started by federal prosecutors in New Jersey into the scandal involving the George Washington Bridge, according to Bloomberg. The traffic jam on the bridge, which lasted for days, was revenge for political actions. The…>read moreNo Comment January 10, 2014
Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has denied his involvement in political payback that some of his top aides carried out in September against the city of Fort Lee, according to The Huffington Post. Christie said that the lane…>read moreNo Comment January 9, 2014