U.S. prosecutors subpoena documents in N.J. bridge scandal: lawyer

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flashrooster wrote:

Good. Let’s hope they can get to the bottom of this and the Hoboken scandal.

Jan 23, 2014 4:11pm EST  --  Report as abuse
sylvan wrote:

In what capacity was Christie ever an executive other than governor?
He was given his US Attorney position by Bush’s AG Roberto Gonzalez, and Karl Rove, after they fired all US attorneys that were Democrats, due to Christie fund raising for a war criminal. This was after Christie got caught lying about an indictment against his opponent in a local election, losing in a re-election bid. He also has a civil suit going to trial where he vacated indictments to help his political cronies. He is a mob boss. And then there is the Dawn Zimmer incident, more to come.
Not a good week, Chrisco.

Jan 23, 2014 5:32pm EST  --  Report as abuse
4825 wrote:

Let’s see, the US Attorney is appointed by the president. The US Attorney serves at the president’s pleasure and can be removed by the president at his pleasure. Makes one wonder if this subpoena for documents is being done as a payback? You know, sort of like closing a lane for payback to a Mayor. Does make one wonder when there is not any evidence that Christie was involved. Clearly just more Democrat manuvering to try to take the spotlight off of the failings of the Obama administration and take out a serious contender for 2016.

Jan 23, 2014 8:12pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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