A pension probe implicating Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno is so secret the New Jersey attorney general’s office won’t share its findings with the state board that requested the criminal investigation. As a result, trustees of the Police and Fireman’s Retirement System remain in the dark about the results of an investigation they referred in 2011 to the attorney general’s Division of Criminal Justice
Yet a few details came to light at a board meeting this week.
Trustees were handed copies of a letter from DCJ to PFRS dated June 2012. It stated DCJ had closed the case, but offered little more.
“If this is closed, when are we going to find the outcome?” trustee John Sierchio asked in an open session. “I just want to know how they came to their conclusion.”