Federal prosecutors interviewed Chris Christie in bridge scandal probe, report says

assetContent (17)TRENTON — Federal prosecutors interviewed Gov. Chris Christie last month as part of the ongoing investigation into the George Washington Bridge lane closure controversy, according to a published report. The governor, who’s weighing a presidential campaign, met with prosecutors and the FBI for more than two hours, according to ABC news. The meeting took place at…

Posted: January 10th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Chris Christie, Crime, Crime and Punishment, Paul Fishman, U.S. Attorney | Tags: , , , , , | 5 Comments »

5 Comments on “Federal prosecutors interviewed Chris Christie in bridge scandal probe, report says”

  1. Meanwhile, the Gov is getting ready to go to Green Bay said at 10:28 am on January 10th, 2015:

    Sean Golden, and all Republican elected leaders need to distance themselves from this man.

    I love when I read he is going to pay his own way this time. However, the poor working taxpayers will still foot the bill for his state police protection detail.


  2. They are. said at 11:18 pm on January 10th, 2015:

    Looks like they’re moving past him-and Kim, and onto Bramnick?

  3. Our Republican Leaders Need to Override the Governor in March said at 9:36 pm on January 11th, 2015:


  4. Don't Blame Me I Voted 4 Seth Grossman said at 2:42 am on January 12th, 2015:

    We would not have to deal with this nonsense if New Jersey’s Republican voters had the good sense to dump this RINO garbage in the 2013 GOP primary.

  5. @Don't Blame Me said at 8:11 am on January 12th, 2015:

    Republican legislators rode CC’s coattails—now, they will crash and burn with him.

    Like the PATCH article says (above), they better start disassociating themselves with him and override that veto. Afterall, didn’t all legislators vote for reforms at the PA? How do you not back up your original vote to make that monolith more transparent and accountable.

    I can’t wait to see who does not go with the override.