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A federal judge in Florida has ruled in favor of James O’Keefe and Project Veritas in a defamation suit that was brought by one of the subjects of a prior undercover Veritas video.
Steve Wentz, president of the Wichita Teachers Union, filed the lawsuit in federal district court in June of 2017, after Project Veritas launched a video where Wentz admits to abusing children.
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Nearly two years later, Judge G. Kendall Sharp has ruled in favor of Project Veritas, and stated that “The edits do not improperly and illegally alter the meaning of Wentz’s words or associate him with an unrelated topic or conduct.”
Furthermore, the judge has awarded $350,000 to O’Keefe for recovery of attorney fees.
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In an exclusive interview with The Gateway Pundit, one of the undercover investigators who was involved in the operation says “I don’t think I violated anything. I went to Kansas, and I was going to confront this person about something he had said to one of our agents, that he had taken a kid and slammed him up against a wall.”
“James flew me out to find the guy, find his office, find out if he would admit if that’s what went down. So I flew out to Wichita. It says on the punch-in board that he’s there, but he wasn’t. Someone at the office calls him, because I said I’d like to speak with him about it. Meanwhile he’s supposed to be at his office, and he’s not there, on company time. I think that’s something important that people would otherwise miss. He agreed to meet me at a coffee shop. So he showed up, and I said ‘hi’, we sat down, he sits across the table. And I ask “do you remember saying to a kid ‘i will kick your **** ****?'” and he’s like ‘who...
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