Judge in Project Veritas v New York Times Case Orders NYT to Defend and Explain Access to O’Keefe Legal Communication

Posted originally on the conservation tree house on November 18, 2021 | Sundance | 87 Comments

The New York judge, Charles D. Wood, in the case of Project Veritas -vs- New York Times, has ordered the newspaper to explain how they obtained access to the legal correspondence between James O’Keefe and his attorneys.  [Source Harmeet Dhillon]

The FBI raided James O’Keefe’s apartment, seized his cell phone and other devices, and then days later the New York Times was publishing privileged legal information which appears to have been obtained from FBI leaks.  The judge in the case is ordering the New York Times to defend its position before he grants the requests of O’Keefe’s legal team.

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