Wildstein willing to talk about N.J. bridge scandal for immunity

Wildstein willing to talk about N.J. bridge scandal for immunity (via NewsWorks)

A former appointee of Gov. Chris Christie who directed lane closures that caused massive traffic tie-ups in northern New Jersey is reiterating that he is ready to talk with lawmakers if he can be granted immunity from prosecution. But lawyer Alan Zegas…

Posted: January 17th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Chris Christie, Port Authority | Tags: , , | 2 Comments »

2 Comments on “Wildstein willing to talk about N.J. bridge scandal for immunity”

  1. What Will Area Politicians Then Say? said at 9:49 am on January 17th, 2014:

    Well Art, this is indeed getting interesting each and every passing day. If there is one to shed the most light on this matter–it certainly is Christie “high school buddy” David Wildstein.

    His eagerness to talk, is probably to beat out all others, so he has the most to gain.

    Your column on what area politicians saying they believe Mr. Christie is to say the least partisan. What would they say if they found out Mr. Christie is directly behind Bridgegate. Would they apologize for any betrayals? Interesting, I hope you come back to the politicians you quoted from your earlier article.

  2. He did it at the Lincoln Tunnel Too said at 9:54 am on January 17th, 2014:

    Watch this. It’s so prophetic and indicative of his arrogant ways.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zsb7xbagsoQ


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