Feeds are said to have investigated at least two sites related to sports detectives wearing Project Veritas sleeves in a source told The New York Times. he said on Friday and to investigate how the group obtained the confidential information of Joe Biden’s daughter before the 2020 election.
The Times reported that “people who briefly commented on the matter” told the newspaper that FBI agents working with government agents searched two locations “associated with people who had worked with the group and their leader, James O’Keefe,”
One location was in New York City, while the other was at Mamaroneck, New York, where Project Veritas’ offices are presence.
Project Veritas claims to be a media outlet that exposes corruption. One could also call it a terrorist activity that targets left-wing corruption and attempts to infiltrate developing organizations with the aim of secretly recording members saying what irritates self-helpers – while Project Veritas portrays its findings as a blockbuster. bath and donations. In a dispute between Democracy Partners and Project Veritas, which entered the office on the basis of a false name and a resume, a federal judge recently ruled that Project Veritas could be named Political Spying operation in court.
Consider, for example, their 2010 attempt to enter the United States Senator Mary Landrieu’s office by hiding Project Veritas employees as telecom workers, which resulted in O’Keefe being prosecuted for a criminal offense. Project Veritas has been established shaking psyops in the press, the worst cases floating around the Republican man to become senator of Alabama Roy Moore until. Washington Post press in 2017. The Post did not bite, and Moore lost the election for many other reasons that he was a pedophile and a pedophile (Moore denied the charges). Recently, Project Veritas assisted a so-called whistleblower and Postal Service employee who earned money from what he said was a fraudulent postmaster election campaign in Pennsylvania against Donald Trump; post investigators later confirmed the boy he was full of evil.
According to the Times, a spokesman for the Biden family told government officials in Oct. 2020 that several of Ashley Biden’s belongings, including the book in question, were stolen during a robbery. Project Veritas has never published this book. But a right-wing page published more pages from there, claiming that the source was a whistle for another media organization that refused to publish it. A separate page on the right wing also stated that it knew where the book was, and that their source contained Ashley Biden’s statement which proves it to be true.
The pages were posted at the same time that Donald Trump fiercely advocates for the son of Joe Biden Hunter Biden. involved in fraudulent business. The Times reported that a few other radio stations, including caretakers, had taken an active interest in the project.
But Bidens’ complaints to the federation sparked an investigation by the Department of Justice, the Times said, which continues. In addition to the same search, the source told state investigators they had requested an interview with “one person working for Project Veritas.” The Times also reported that the address of the media company that published the diary pages was provided by the company of former British spy Richard Seddon, a former Project Veritas consultant, and another company previously owned by O’Keefe:
At one point, Project Veritas relied on afa former British spy named Richard Seddon to help educate co-workers, to teach them spy techniques such as using fraud to protect information from potential users.
Flyover Media, the owner of the website that printed the diary pages, was registered at the same address in Sheridan, Wyo., As Mr. Seddon’s company, Branch Six Consulting International. Mr. O’Keefe, founder of Project Veritas, was the president of a company that later registered at the same address.
Neighbors told the Times that an investigation carried out in East 35th St. in Manhattan it was not a friendly trip and FBI agents knocked on the door, shouting “Open!” / “FBI!”, and finally broke down the door. get a chance. Public records reviewed by the Times show Spencer Mead, a longtime employee at Project Veritas living at that address.
Project Veritas has already sent a well-documented, less-threatening legal threat to Gizmodo for naming them as a group. “Disinfo shop.” (She says she “never said anything except the real truth.”) She seemed so impressed that our stories reconciled them with secret words. performance report for the girl to approach National Security Advisor HR McMaster at a restaurant and secretly photograph her talking to her then-boss, Donald Trump. (Apparently this has never happened before, and we have changed our story to reflect Project Veritas’ insistence that it is not affected.)
The legal threat contained allegations of “loyal sheepfold in educating people about well-known stories and bad reputations,” as well as allegations that Gizmodo “caused a lack of interest in writing as you wrote” and “acted recklessly. [engaging] in journalism ”. It concluded with a comment, “Perhaps you and the Gizmodo administrators would enjoy the statement,” Opponents. ”
As we know, from Friday afternoon, the location of a single group involved in the change was attacked by the FBI.
Updated: 11/6/2021: In the email we missed before being published, PRoject Veritas mentioned Gizmodo in a statement while the agency agreed that the diary was sold to them, but said Project Veritas refused to publish it because it did not confirm its authenticity. The statement also states “Project Veritas issued a diary for the law encoercion to ensure that it is returned to its rightful owners, ”and that the government should investigate any“ political ”matter.