(a) he's running for President, and
(b) one of his appointees (David Wildstein) has pleaded guilty to a connected felony and two others (Bridget Kelly, Bill Baroni) were indicted in May of this year?
The special website established by Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher in March 2014 to contain all of its Bridgegate-related investigative reports, exhibits, appendices and updates has apparently been taken down.
Don't fear. Here's a different link to the report. (WSJ) But the updates and appendices are not there. There's a lot of stuff not there, when you really sift through everything. The errors and omissions in the report were roundly criticized by a few legal analysts including myself.
And more... Here are the firm's memoranda summarizing all the interviews of numerous Christie Administration personnel. These are not the actual notes, however.Gibson, Dunn, you may recall, is the major international law firm which officially represents The Office of the Governor of the State of New Jersey. The Governor, Chris Christie, is now running for President. Gibson, Dunn has billed the State of New Jersey -- i.e., the taxpayers -- at least $6.5 million and some reports peg the accumulated amount now in excess of $8 million. This amount was largely to produce its main Bridgegate report, issued in March 2014.