The appellate court in New York just granted a stay for the New York Times to protect them from being deposed by Project Veritas.
UPDATE: New York Times Motion for Stay GRANTED in Project Veritas Defamation Lawsuit
— Eric Spracklen🇺🇸 (@EricSpracklen) November 9, 2021
There’s more in the video, but this is the bottom line from O’Keefe:
The New York Supreme Court Appellate division has issued an order delaying our depositions in Project Veritas v New York Times. You already know we defeated the New York Times attempt to dismiss our defamation lawsuit against them. That meant we could put them under oath, depose them and show the world exactly who the New York Times is.
But the New York Times could not let that happen. They appealed the motion to dismiss and then asked our court to stop us from deposing them until the appeal is resolved, which could take years. Well they lost that too.
Then they appealed that loss to the appellate division and the appellate division just ruled that the New York Times shouldn’t be deposed until the appeal of the motion to dismiss is over.
This is a victory for the New York Times, delaying these depositions for years.
However, O’Keefe did say at the end of the video that tomorrow Project Veritas will be releasing other depositions of the New York Times that they’ve been given from other cases. That should be very interesting.