Christie's lawyer: Governor not involved in GWB plot

The report found there was no evidence found

The report found there was no evidence found that it was because the mayor wouldn't endorse Christie.

(AP) - A law firm hired by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Thursday that the governor was not involved in a plot to create gridlock near a major bridge as part of a political retribution scheme.

The taxpayer-funded report released by former federal prosecutor Randy Mastro relies on interviews with Christie and other officials in his administration and 250,000 documents, many of them emails...

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