TRENTON — The man leading the New Jersey Legislature’s investigation of Gov. Chris Christie and the George Washington Bridge lane-closure scandal is going to seek subpoenas for the documents, notes and recordings compiled by the lawyers who ran the controversial internal probe of the governor and his conduct, ABC News has learned.
Among the records being sought would be notes and any recordings of private interviews with Christie himself as well as records obtained as part of the lawyers’ reviews of the governor’s work and personal email and text message accounts. Notes and recordings of some 70 interviews were not released with the report Thursday.
“I will be asking the committee to subpoena the interview notes and recordings,” Assemblyman John Wisniewski, a Central Jersey Democrat, told ABC News Sunday morning.