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BREAKING: Judge orders woman who sued Project Veritas and lost to pay their legal expenses


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“Sue for the wrong reasons, and you will pay,” remarked James O'Keefe.

Nick Monroe Cleveland, Ohio

April 5, 2022

Project Veritas on Tuesday announced a victory in recuperating legal costs in a defamation case. A US District judge ruled that the accuser, who sued and lost, must pay up after citing how bizarre it was that a woman previously declared "indigent" had an upwards of six lawyers on hand.

Other moments during the proceedings are cited as indicators that outside political activist groups had an active interest in the process.

Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe explained how Shirley Teter sued the investigative organization for defamation, and lost, back in 2019. Project Veritas had run a story where they recorded Scott Foval of Americans United for Change alleging Democrat operatives had been planted at Trump rallies to incite violence in the lead-up to the 2016 election. Teter denied being a plant.




Apr. 5 2022

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