Republican gubernatorial candidate Christopher Christie today applauded his former staff on winning six guilty verdits in the corruption trial of former State Sen. Joseph Coniglio (D-Paramus). Christie was the federal prosecutor when Coniglio was indicted in 2008.
"I commend the U.S. Attorney's Office for its continued success in fighting political corruption," said in a statement released by his campaign today. "The result validates the confidence the office had in seeking the indictment in the first place. Senator Coniglio's guilty verdict is just the latest example of why a comprehensive reform plan is so badly needed in Trenton."
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