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Friday, January 31, 2014

Wildstein Says Christie Knew About Bridge Lane Closings In Real Time

BREAKING
New York Times reports former Port Authority official David Wildstein is claiming, through his lawyer's three-page letter, that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie knew about the George Washington Bridge lane closures and ensuing traffic problems in Fort Lee and surrounding areas as they happened.
The implications of this allegation, which has yet to be proven, are staggering.
In another development, Christie campaign manager Bill Stepien, also through his lawyer, is challenging the New Jersey Legislature's Joint Special Committee's subpoena of documents.  Those documents are due Monday, February 3rd. 
As I predicted earlier this week, it will be very hard to get witnesses to testify and I explained the reasons why.  I also propose a plan for how investigators can get at the truth of what happened in the Bridgegate controversy. 

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