NEWARK – Standing in front of reporters today at the Peter Rodino Federal Building, Acting U.S. Attorney Ralph Marrasaid incidents liketoday's massive-scale corruption takedown of elected and public officials could be avoided if there werea more aggressive political will.
"There are easily reforms that could be made that would make our job easier," said Marra. "But the few people whowant to change it seem to get shouted down."
New Jersey's top cop, successor to GOP gubernatorial candidate Chris Christie,confirmed Special Agent Weysan Dun's statement about the investigation going back ten years.
"The case spans Mr. Christie's tenure and now runs into my tenure," said Marra.