In a recent development in the ongoing bribery case against Senator Bob Menendez, a court filing has revealed the existence of secret recordings made by a confidential informant during the course of the criminal investigation. The revelation adds a new layer of complexity to the legal proceedings surrounding Menendez, his wife, and three New Jersey businessmen, all of whom have pleaded not guilty.
The court filing indicates that the government possesses evidence obtained from a confidential informant who actively participated in the investigation. The informant reportedly made secret recordings that are now being presented as part of the prosecution's. . .