From New Jersey Law Journal (paywall) we learn that AT&T has at least partially complied with a subpoena issued by the legislative panel investigating the Bridgegate scandal, chaired by Asm John Wisniewski and Sen. Loretta Weinbwrg, sending a 17-page list of phone numbers to and from the cell phone issued to Regina Egea. At the time of the sudden lane closures on the NJ side of the George Washington Bridge a year ago, Which we now know were deliberately ordered by some of Gov. Christie’s closest allies in his office and the Port Authority to create chaos, Egea was Director f the Authorities Unit in the governor’s office and a go-to for him on Port Authority issues. She is now his chief of staff.
Egea has testified to the committee that she sent Christie a text during a December hearing of the Assembly Transportation Committee (the first stage of legislative investigation, which later was broadened to include the Senate). Egea testified that she had deleted that text. Gov. Christie has said he doesn’t remember getting such a text.
Wisniewski said he does not yet know if any of the numbers belong to cellphones used by Christie.
Last week, the committee’s attorney, attorneys for the panel huddled with AT&T’s lawyers discussing the subpoena. That discussion is continuing, Wisniewski said, adding that he is “not prepared to say” whether AT&T has fully complied with the subpoena’s demands .