POLITICS & GOVERNMENT

Bridget Anne Kelly talks ‘vindication’ in overturned Bridgegate conviction

BY Joanna Gagis, Producer/Correspondent |

Correspondent Joanna Gagis talks to Bridget Anne Kelly just hours after the United States Supreme Court unanimously ruled to dismiss her conviction in the Bridgegate scandal. Kelly, who was facing jail time, along with former Port Authority Deputy Director Bill Baroni, says she’s ready to move on with her life after seven years of court battles and “being maligned” in the media. She says the ruling is “vindication for a crime that didn’t exist.”