NJ Media considers Menendez sex scandal story “thin”

Kyrillos calls on Menendez to release his travel records

A prominent reporter with one of New Jersey’s largest media outlets told MMM that The Daily Caller’s story about US Senator Bob Menendez covorting with prositutes in the Dominican Republic and paying them $400 less than agreed is “extremely thin, our resources are spread thin.”  The reporter said that it will be the editors’ judgement about what to do with the story.

The Daily Caller story included video of the women who charged Menendez paid them less than agreed for sex,  and referred to aircraft records of a Menendez donor’s private airplane landing at Teterboro Airport, a short drive from Menendez’s Hudson County home, and flying to the Dominican Republic during the time last spring when the incident is alleged to have occurred.

State Senator Joe Kyrillos’s campaign spokeswoman called on the incumbent to release his schedule and travel documents for the time of the alleged incident.

“Like the recent Secret Service sex scandal in Colombia, the allegations reported today are deeply disturbing and raise serious questions,” said Kyrillos Campaign Communications Director Meaghan Cronin. “Senator Menendez must do the right thing and help settle this matter by immediately releasing his schedule and travel documents from the time the alleged incidents occurred. The people of New Jersey deserve answers today.”

Posted: November 1st, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: 2012 U.S. Senate Race, Bob Menendez, Joe Kyrillos | Tags: , , , , , | 3 Comments »

Hookers: Menendez Stiffed Us


Two women charged that US Senator Bob Menendez agreed to pay them $500 for sex but they only received $100 in the end, according to a report on The Daily Caller.

The women say they met Menendez at the Dominican Republic resort Casa de Campo, an upscale 7000 acre resort described as “a grown up Disneyland, everything you want is right there,” by Robb Report contributor James Frank, last spring around Easter time.

Daily Caller said that Menendez spokeswoman Tricia Enright refused to answer questions on the subject.  “We’re not going to respond to a completely false accusation,” she wrote in an email.

Posted: November 1st, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: 2012 U.S. Senate Race, Bob Menendez | Tags: , , , , | 11 Comments »