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Mr. David Wildstein

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David Wildstein, a former ...
www.vagazette.com, 12 April 2014 [cached]
David Wildstein, a former executive at the Port Authority, admitted to ordering lane closures and resigned in January.
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Wildstein had earlier received an email from Christie's deputy chief of staff Bridget Kelly calling for the lane closures.
David Wildstein, who was ...
www.krem.com, 27 Feb 2014 [cached]
David Wildstein, who was Christie's No. 2 man at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the agency that controls bridges and tunnels, responded: "Flights to Tel Aviv all mysteriously delayed.
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The exchange came six days after Kelly's previously disclosed message to Wildstein: "Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee."
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Wildstein made the documents available to the committee.
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And that it was Wildstein who responded that "they are the children of Buono voters," referring to Barbara Buono, Christie's Democratic challenger in last year's gubernatorial election.
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Christie fired Kelly last month and cut ties with Stepien after the first batch of documents provided by Wildstein were made public.
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By then, Wildstein had already stepped down from his job at the Port Authority.
The rabbi referred to in the one exchange was not mentioned by name, though Wildstein began the conversation by texting Kelly a photo of a man who appears to be Mendy Carlebach posing with House Speaker John Boehner.
David Wildstein, former ...
www.esquire.com, 14 Feb 2014 [cached]
David Wildstein, former director of interstate capital projects for the Port Authority is sworn in to testify at a hearing in early January with and his attorney Alan Zegas.
Aug. 13: A deputy chief of ...
www.nj.com, 31 Jan 2014 [cached]
Aug. 13: A deputy chief of staff to Christie, Bridget Anne Kelly, e-mails David Wildstein, the governor's appointee to the Port Authority, saying, "Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee.
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Wildstein responds, "Got it."
Sept. 6: Wildstein, the Port Authority's director of interstate capital projects, orders the bridge's general manager to carry out the closures.
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Records show Wildstein e-mailed Kelly to tell her of the change, saying, "We are appropriately going nuts. (Port Authority Chairman David) Samson helping us to retaliate."
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Records show Wildstein e-mailed Kelly to tell her of the change, saying, "We are appropriately going nuts. (Port Authority Chairman David) Samson helping us to retaliate."
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Sept. 17: Baroni suggests in a conversation with Wildstein that they schedule a meeting "to stave off reporters."
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Sept. 18: Wildstein writes to Christie's two-time campaign manager, Bill Stepien, and includes a story about the lane closures published in The Wall Street Journal.
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Wildstein responds, "I had empty boxes ready to take to work today, just in case."
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Wildstein writes to Stepien that leaks by Foye need to be addressed, saying, "need to be sure all understand that a trash train bringing NYC garbage by rail through Westfield, East Brunswick, etc. is a very bad idea."
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Nov. 20: With the threat of subpoenas, Wisniewski requests that top Port Authority officials including Baroni, Foye and Wildstein testify before the transportation panel about the closures.
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Nov. 25: At a hearing held by the Assembly transportation committee, Baroni says the closures were ordered by his direct subordinate, Wildstein, as part of a traffic study and acknowledges making a mistake by not notifying Foye, police or the public.
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"Good," Wildstein said.
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Dec. 6: Wildstein announces his resignation, saying that the controversy over the lane closures has "become a distraction, and I'm going to move on."
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Dec. 23: Baroni and Wildstein submit documentation requested by Wisniewski.
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Under oath, Wildstein refuses to answer questions from Wisniewski and the transportation committee, citing his rights under the state and federal constitutions.
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The Assembly transportation committee refers the contempt charge against Wildstein to the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office for review.
A combination photo shows former Port ...
www.reuters.com, 9 Jan 2014 [cached]
A combination photo shows former Port Authority of New York executive David Wildstein, at a hearing in Trenton, New Jersey, January 9, 2014, and Bridget Anne Kelly (R), deputy chief of staff of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in an undated photo. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said at a news conference on January 9, 2014 that he had fired Kelly in the wake of a scandal involving the closure of lanes on the George Washington bridge during a political campaign in September. REUTERS/Mike Segar and North Jersey Media Group
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A combination photo shows former Port Authority of New York executive David Wildstein, at a hearing in Trenton, New Jersey, January 9, 2014, and Bridget Anne Kelly (R), deputy chief of staff of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in an undated photo.
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The documents, many subpoenaed from former Port Authority executive David Wildstein, cast new light on the turmoil within the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the agency overseeing the nation's busiest bridge.
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"By submitting these documents, Mr. Wildstein is telling us they are related to the lane closures in some way.
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Wildstein has admitted to ordering the lane closures and resigned his post. Appearing before the panel on Thursday, he declined to answer questions, invoking the constitutional protection not to say anything that might incriminate him.
Christie cut ties with a senior adviser and fired his then deputy chief of staff Bridget Kelly, who wrote to Wildstein in August: "Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee.
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Wildstein, a Christie appointee, replied: "Got it."
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