The committee spokesman confirmed that 907 pages of documents collected in response to the subpoena of former state official David Wildstein
, an ally of Gov.
Wildstein, the former director of interstate capital projects for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, was charged with contempt Thursday by the New Jersey State Assembly for refusing to answer questions over the scandal.
repeatedly invoked his
Fifth Amendment right to remain silent during an appearance before the panel tasked with investigating the bridge access lane closings.
Earlier Thursday, a judge compelled Wildstein
to appear before the committee in response to its subpoena.
Emails released Wednesday appear to reveal an exchange between Wildstein
and a senior aide to New Jersey Gov
Wildstein left his Port Authority position in December.