Judge orders NY Times to explain publication of Project Veritas privileged memos!

A judge in the Project Veritas v New York Times case has just ordered the paper to explain how they improperly received and published privileged communications from the seizure of Project Veritas phones and data, according to Harmeet Dhillon:

“Judge in Project Veritas/NYT case orders @nytimes to defend its online publication of the privileged legal memos of our client, which occurred AFTER the FBI seized James O’Keefe’s phones and which contain extensive privileged communications with dozens of attorneys.”



Harmeet has since said that despite what the media is reporting, this is a legitimate concern for the judge in this case:

Someone needs to hold the New York Times accountable for this illegal breach of O’Keefe’s privacy and hopefully this judge is the one to do it.

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