Bad news for Chris Christie and his Port Authority cronies

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie reacts during a news conference in Trenton January 9, 2014.   [REUTERS/Carlo Allegri]


New Jersey Governor Chris Christie reacts during a news conference in Trenton January 9, 2014. [REUTERS/Carlo Allegri]

Obstruction of justice. Intentional interference in interstate commerce. Securities fraud. These are but a few of the "embarrassment of riches" that U.S. Attorney for New Jersey Paul Fishman has at his disposal "when it comes to choosing which charges to level against [NJ Governor Chris] Christie allies and potentially the governor himself," according to Salon and Esquire. Maybe if Christie and his union-busting pal, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, ask their judges nicely, they can be cellmates!

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  1. That part is clear enough. The thing that startles me is that I had assumed Christie and his minions would be above the law. Good to be wrong sometimes. Go Fishman!

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