who released the Christie emails?

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  9,514 09 Jan 2014, 10:27 am

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GeorgeWashington » 09 Jan 2014 9:19 am wrote:

Wait a few days and see what bodies float up on the jersey shore.


Too much "Sopranos", eh? :rofl:
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  9,514 09 Jan 2014, 10:29 am

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Cannonpointer » 09 Jan 2014 9:14 am wrote:
My guess would be that the agency which SUBPOENAED those emails RIGHTLY shared them (not "leaked" them) with the press.


^^^^That....it's not like just anyone can get your private emails and text msgs.
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Skeptic » 09 Jan 2014 2:41 pm wrote:

Here's your answer:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Record_(Bergen_County)

The Record followed the Fort Lee lane closure controversy regarding the September 2013 four-day closure of the dedicated toll lanes for a Fort Lee, New Jersey entrance to the upper level of the George Washington Bridge which caused hours of traffic delays. In December 2013 it obtained internal emails showing that Port Authority of New York and New Jersey officials were warned of hardships caused by GWB lane closures and nevertheless failed to respond to complaints.[8] On January 8, 2014 The Record first published emails and text messages obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request which tied New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's deputy chief of staff, Bridget Anne Kelly, to the closure. The Record described "vindictive lane closures" intended to cause massive traffic jams. Updated versions of the article covered the national media coverage of the newly released material and Governor Christie's response.


Pretty sure you can't use FOIA to get personal emails and text msgs.
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  9,514 09 Jan 2014, 6:10 pm

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Skeptic » 09 Jan 2014 2:50 pm wrote:

The governor's office ain't 'personal.'


Don't think the governors office uses Gmail. :blink:
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Skeptic » 09 Jan 2014 5:18 pm wrote:

Do you actually have a point to make?


Yea the point was as I had originally said, "Pretty sure you can't use FOIA to get personal emails and text msgs."

How much weed you smoke a day?
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  9,514 09 Jan 2014, 6:38 pm

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Skeptic » 09 Jan 2014 5:26 pm wrote:

What is your contention - that these emails that even Christie acknowledges as real somehow are not?

Seems the conservative brain is wired to deny reality by cooking up new conspiracy theories, without limit!


THAT THEY WEREN'T OBTAIN TROUGH FOIA REQUEST!"

Fuck you're dense.
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Skeptic » 09 Jan 2014 5:40 pm wrote:

That's their claim. They'd have had to file for one. Go debunk it, fool!

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Cannonpointer » 09 Jan 2014 11:00 pm wrote:

Pretty sure people don't resign over easily disproved emails.


Pretty sure you can't show me anywhere I said the emails were fake. What I said was they weren't obtained by FOIA requests.

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Cannonpointer » 09 Jan 2014 11:56 pm wrote:

And he got them how?

FOIA - that's how. :)



Ummmm.....they were his emails?
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Cannonpointer » 09 Jan 2014 11:58 pm wrote:

Yep. My link says FOIA - but I trust MotherJones more.


Cannonpointer wears granny drawers, Cannonpointer wears granny drawers. :P


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