A New Jersey-based company has been singled out by the state’s Attorney General for allegedly violating state law and is accused of being involved in a scheme to sell consumer-grade commercial space and technology to governments around the world.
In the months leading up to New Year’s Eve, two groups of individuals connected to the company called NJBOP were sent letters to a range of state agencies and individuals, including the governor’s office, alleging violations of New Jersey’s open records law.
Those entities received a list of potential customers, the letters show.
The companies representatives were told to “explain the scope of the relationship” and “immediately stop the activities.”
The letters were sent to several agencies, including state officials, the New Jersey Department of Economic Development, the Department of State and the Attorney General’s Office, as well as the New York City Department of Financial Services, according to documents released Friday by the Attorney’s Office.
Those individuals are accused of violating the New Jerseys Open Records Law.
They included:The New Jersey Attorney General has a special prosecutor looking into whether any crimes were committed.