Bridge Scandal: Fort Lee Releases 2,211 Pages Requested By Christie Lawyer
February 19, 2014


FORT LEE — The New Jersey borough at the center of the George Washington Bridge scandal today released 2,211 pages of documents it provided to lawyers working for Gov. Chris Christie’s office.

The records, which were given on Tuesday to Randy Mastro, a former federal prosecutor leading the governor’s legal team, cover a wide spectrum of subjects that news reporters and others had inquired about in recent weeks.

But the borough refused to provide the lawyer much of what he was looking for, including all documents held by Mayor Mark Sokolich and his staff that relate the closure of lanes leadi...

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