New 'Bridgegate' Docs Released

    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie reacts during a news conference in Trenton January 9, 2014. Christie on Thursday fired a top aide at the center of a brewing scandal that public officials orchestrated a massive traffic snarl on the busy George Washington Bridge to settle a political score. Christie told a news conference he was stunned and heartbroken by revelations that his staff was behind the traffic jam designed to punish a local mayor who declined to endorse Christie's re-election bid.  REUTERS/Carlo Allegri (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) - RTX177RC

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    Unfortunately for Chris Christie, it doesn’t look like the ‘Bridgegate’ scandal will be over any time soon. Hundreds of pages of email documents released Friday reveal that the New Jersey’s top two Port Authority appointees--who have since resigned--kept lanes closed on the George Washington Bridge for three more days after receiving warnings that the manufactured gridlock was causing potentially life-threatening problems for emergency vehicles in Fort Lee. The newly-released documents also implicate Port Authority Chairman David Samson, who issued a statement earlier in the week claiming he had no knowledge of the lane closings.

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