NH AG subpoenas James OKeefe from Project Veritas

Mar 2012
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The New Hampshire Attorney General’s office has subpoenaed James O’Keefe, the leader of political activist organization Project Veritas, to testify before a grand jury after video of an Atkinson man admitting to double voting in 2018 was published online.

O’Keefe said in an interview that a criminal investigator handed him the subpoena minutes after he met with representatives from the Attorney General’s office to share evidence about a 77-year-old Atkinson man who admitted to accidentally voting twice in the 2018 election. In the edited video and in a subsequent telephone interview with a Union Leader reporter, Bell admitted that he cast an early-voting ballot in Florida last year and then also voted in New Hampshire. Election records from Atkinson and Flagler County, Fla. also confirm that Bell voted in both states, a felony under state and federal law.

The document orders O’Keefe to appear May 17 and “testify to what you know relating to an investigation by the Grand Jury into the operations of Project Veritas,” according to a copy O’Keefe shared with the Union Leader.

The Attorney General’s office has subpoenaed Project Veritas in the past in order to gain copies of its unedited video footage. This is not the first time Project Veritas and O’Keefe have sought to expose illegal voting in New Hampshire. In 2012, the organization’s operatives covertly filmed themselves attempting to obtain ballots under the identities of deceased voters. The videos prompted legislators to pass a voter ID law.

AG subpoenas James O’Keefe after NH man admits voting twice in 2018 in Project Veritas video
 
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Is it their intent to fix a voting problem or prosecute someone, including the whistleblower?
NH had very lax voting rules at one time, no signature, no ID just walk in and say your name. Then OKeefe did a video where he found a bunch of dead voters and went to see if they would let him vote. It freaked out people and as a result we got a Voter ID law in 2012. Now we must show a photo ID. However, there still have been voters who hold two residences and vote in both. NH is cracking down now.
 
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The New Hampshire Attorney General’s office has subpoenaed James O’Keefe, the leader of political activist organization Project Veritas, to testify before a grand jury after video of an Atkinson man admitting to double voting in 2018 was published online.

O’Keefe said in an interview that a criminal investigator handed him the subpoena minutes after he met with representatives from the Attorney General’s office to share evidence about a 77-year-old Atkinson man who admitted to accidentally voting twice in the 2018 election. In the edited video and in a subsequent telephone interview with a Union Leader reporter, Bell admitted that he cast an early-voting ballot in Florida last year and then also voted in New Hampshire. Election records from Atkinson and Flagler County, Fla. also confirm that Bell voted in both states, a felony under state and federal law.

The document orders O’Keefe to appear May 17 and “testify to what you know relating to an investigation by the Grand Jury into the operations of Project Veritas,” according to a copy O’Keefe shared with the Union Leader.

The Attorney General’s office has subpoenaed Project Veritas in the past in order to gain copies of its unedited video footage. This is not the first time Project Veritas and O’Keefe have sought to expose illegal voting in New Hampshire. In 2012, the organization’s operatives covertly filmed themselves attempting to obtain ballots under the identities of deceased voters. The videos prompted legislators to pass a voter ID law.

AG subpoenas James O’Keefe after NH man admits voting twice in 2018 in Project Veritas video
Maybe he will end up getting arrested again??

Conservative filmmaker James O’Keefe was sentenced to three years of probation, 100 hours of community service and a $1,500 fine after he pleaded guilty on Wednesday to misdemeanor charges stemming from his involvement in a break-in at Sen. Mary Landrieu’s (D-La.) office.

In January, O’Keefe and three others were arrested by federal authorities at Landrieu’s office on allegations of phone-tampering.

Prosecutors initially said they caught four individuals in the process of committing a felony, but the charges were later reduced to misdemeanors.

O’Keefe got the toughest sentence. His co-defendants, Stan Dai, Joseph Basel and Robert Flanagan, each got two years of probation, 75 hours of community service and the same fine as O’Keefe.


ACORN filmmaker James O’Keefe sentenced in Sen. Mary Landrieu break-in
 
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Maybe he will end up getting arrested again??

Conservative filmmaker James O’Keefe was sentenced to three years of probation, 100 hours of community service and a $1,500 fine after he pleaded guilty on Wednesday to misdemeanor charges stemming from his involvement in a break-in at Sen. Mary Landrieu’s (D-La.) office.

In January, O’Keefe and three others were arrested by federal authorities at Landrieu’s office on allegations of phone-tampering.

Prosecutors initially said they caught four individuals in the process of committing a felony, but the charges were later reduced to misdemeanors.

O’Keefe got the toughest sentence. His co-defendants, Stan Dai, Joseph Basel and Robert Flanagan, each got two years of probation, 75 hours of community service and the same fine as O’Keefe.


ACORN filmmaker James O’Keefe sentenced in Sen. Mary Landrieu break-in
Doesn't sound like there was much to it.

"O’Keefe claimed he and his co-defendants were investigating allegations that Landrieu was ignoring constituent calls during the healthcare debate and were not planning to do anything illegal. "