IMPEACH N.J. GOVERNOR CHRIS CHRISTIE

GOV. CHRISTIE ACTIONS PROVE HE IS CORRUPT! AS U.S. ATTORNEY HE SELECTIVELY PROSECUTED CASES, ENRICHED FRIENDS AND HIMSELF.YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT MILLIONS HE AND HIS CRONIES MADE.
I FILED A COMPLAINT VS. N.J. U.S. ATTORNEYS OFFICE FOR
HIS FAILURE TO PROSECUTE AG CASE 200706634 
I REPORTED A GOVT. COVER UP.
SEE RICHARD MILLS REPORTS.
FIGHT CORRUPTION USA AT FACEBOOK

JUNE 2009

Governor Christie testified before a Congressional subcommittee about monitoring contracts he doled out while U.S. Attorney, including one worth $52 Million to his ex-boss, former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft. 

Gov. Chris Christie approved seven deferred prosecution agreements while U.S. Attorney for New Jersey. Here is a synopsis of the deals, which critics have questioned and turned heads in N.J. and Washington, D.C.:


Former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft testifies in 2008 during a hearing before the Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law of the House Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Ashcroft was to testify on a multi-million-dollar contact which was awarded to his lobbying firm by the Justice Department to monitor a settlement between an Indiana medical equipment company and a prosecutor.

-- John Ashcroft. Christie's former U.S. Justice Department boss made $28 million to $52 million or more in 18 months for monitoring Zimmer Holdings, one of five medical device manufacturers accused of giving kickbacks to surgeons for using their replacement hips and knees.

-- David Kelley. A former U.S. attorney in Manhattan, Kelley investigated a stock fraud case involving Christie's younger brother, Todd, but declined to prosecute him. Kelley was later picked to monitor Biomet Orthopedics Inc., another of the medical device makers.

-- Bristol-Myers Squibb. A $300 million fraud settlement Christie negotiated with the New York company included a provision that Bristol-Myers endow a professorship at Seton Hall Law School, his alma mater. The U.S. Justice Department subsequently issued guidelines barring such requirements as part of out-of-court corporate crime settlements.

-- David Samson. The former Republican attorney general and party fundraiser was a monitor of medical device maker Smith & Nephew Inc. His firm is now on Christie's payroll for legal work: the candidate's pre-election finance report last month listed expenditures of $9,439.40 in legal fees/rent and $18,439.40 still owed to Wolff & Samson of West Orange.

-- Herbert Stern. Christie mentor got $10 million contract to monitor University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, accused of double-billing for services covered by Medicare. Christie close friend and fundraiser John Inglesino, a partner in Stern's law firm, was paid $325 per hour for his work as counsel on the monitorship. Stern, Inglesino, another partner and their wives later gave $23,800 in donations to Christie's campaign for governor. The donations were matched, 2-1, under New Jersey's campaign finance laws, bringing the total amount to $71,400.

-- Debra Wong Yang. Like Kelley, Yang, a former U.S. attorney in Los Angeles, is a former Christie colleague. The Republican-connected prosecutor and Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher partner, who had ties to former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, was chosen to monitor Deputy Orthopaedics Inc.

-- John Carley. A former Cendant Corp. vice president and Federal Trade Commission lawyer under President Reagan, Carley was on Sen. John McCain's 2008 New York fundraising team. He oversaw a nonprosecution agreement involving Stryker Orthopedics.

 

Dear N.J. Residents,
Governor Chris Christie has clearly demonstrated that he is unethical and corrupt.Please sign my petition plus help me report his reckless behavior to the USDOJ,U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Senate and N.J. Officials.
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