Monday, March 24, 2014

Christie Conducts His Own Investigation, Exonerates Himself

And anyone who thinks otherwise is goin' to the moon!

Inquiry Is Said to Clear Christie, but That’s His Lawyers’ Verdict. (The New York Times, 3/23/2014)

Jersey taxpayers on the hook for $1,000,000 in legal fees.    The review is the first of multiple inquiries into a scandal that has jeopardized Mr. Christie’s political future. It will be viewed with intense skepticism, not only because it was commissioned by the governor but also because the firm conducting it, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, has close ties to the Christie administration and the firm’s lawyers were unable to interview three principal players in the shutdowns, including Bridget Anne Kelly, the governor’s former deputy chief of staff.

Related posts:
Chris Christie circling the wagons.  (1/17/2014)
Meet Some Jersey Democrats Who Enjoy the Slop from Christie's Trough.  (1/14/2014)
Another storm hits Chris Christie's world.  (1/14/2014)
Pew Research emphasizes wrong element of poll.  (1/14/2014)
Bill Baroni, a regular Fred Astaire.  (1/11/2014)
Let's look back to September 2013.  (1/11/2014)
Chris Christie & the I/Me/My's (Appearing with Word of the Day).  (1/11/2014)
"Refreshing Forcefulness": A Euphemism for "Misguided Bullying".  (1/9/2014)
The Chris Christie option:  No October surprise here.  (6/5/2013)
New Jersey's Gov. Christie does not love and value libraries. (5/20/2010)

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