National Review raised Team Booker’s hackles a few weeks ago when Eliana Johnson exposed the mayor’s fake thug pal T-Bone. Today comes the news that National Review is suing Cory Booker:
NRO’s Andrew Stiles shared NewsBreaker’s tweet as well:
The news caught several tweeters off guard:
According to NR editor Rich Lowry, the purpose of the suit is to obtain more information about the Wazn Miller case. Miller was shot to death in Newark in 2004, and Booker claims to have held Miller as he died.
More from Lowry:
It should be easy to get more information about the Miller case. New Jersey is an open-records state. Yet for weeks now, we have been stonewalled and given the run-around by everyone we’ve asked for help in obtaining the relevant police records. We’ve asked nicely, we’ve asked firmly, we’ve asked in every way imaginable, but gotten nowhere. It is much easier to learn about the most sensitive aspects of top-secret national-security programs than it is to get Newark police records related to that day.
Enough is enough. Yesterday we filed suit against the Newark Police Department, the City of Newark, and Mayor Booker to obtain the records in keeping with New Jersey law. This suit shouldn’t be necessary, but the official obstruction in Newark has made it so. In such an instance, everyone should favor openness.
We bet even T-Bone — whoever or wherever he supposedly is — would agree with us on this one.