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  •  Bingo: New Jersey Official Misconduct Law (6+ / 0-)

    THIS is what the scurrying, lying and covering-up is about.

    As New Jersey's US Attorney (appointed by Bush's Ashcroft in 2002), Christie used this law to sock away 130 NJ officials (almost exclusively Dems).

    Karma?  Meet Mr. Christie.

    Mr. Christie?  May I have the pleasure of introducing you to Karma...

    Clive all hat no horse Rodeo STOLE my priceless zinger (1/9/14) of a certain dour and disapproving uber-pragmatic meh-dispensing sourpuss without giving me credit! The noive of that rat bastard! Calling my lawyer...

    by JVolvo on Fri Jan 10, 2014 at 09:24:38 AM PST

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    •  Much more than just bingo here. (1+ / 0-)
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      JuliathePoet

      If there was no traffic study, then there was lo legal authority to hold people against their will in traffic.  Holding people against their will, for whatever the duration or motivation is,  under the law, kidnapping.  Since current evidence seems abundantly clear that this act was premeditated and since it involved in holding people hostage as they crossed state lines it is clearly a federal crime.  Judging from the videos taken over 4 days conservatively involves perhaps as many as 80,000 separate counts.  

      Its no wonder that Chris Christie is extremely eager at this point to have a traffic study in hand and why they are so eager to call in fellow GOP operatives to provide as much political cover as possible, as well as to try to expound upon the meme of "no big deal" everyone does it brand of sophism.

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