Skip to comments.Statement from James O'Keefe
Posted on 01/29/2010 8:29:50 AM PST by BAW
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...and speaks well.
To be falsely accused is a terrible thing.
However, to be falsely accused can lead to great things, if you don’t back down!
Why did he go to a wiring closet? Or did he?
His explanation makes sense to me. The govt accusations did not.
This should make an excellent show trial! I highly recommend that Holder’s office arrange for a high exposure public trial in lower Manhatten to properly address this egregious breech of justice!
If they posed, it’s wrong.
But, good to hear him rebut everything else.
Oops...looks like crow will be on the menu today in many locales...
If this had been Michael Moore dropping in on a Republican’s office to see why his constituent’s were unable to reach him, all would be forgiven by now, and the Republican Senator would be the object of invective and ridicule for the heavy handed suppression of Moore’s First Amendment rights.
Was he or was he not arrested?
“But, but, but...this Mother*%*$#* is a CONSERVATIVE!!” “He CAN’T be a journalist!”
The above, soon to be heard on MSNBC, CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC.....
I have a feeling that James O’Keefe is going to come out as a hero of the people once agains.
If you really want to know why we lose, that thread is a perfect example.
I think the defense will call David Shuster and Keith Olbermann as witnesses. Their hysterical reporting should be evidence that it is impossible for O’Keefe to get a fair trial. Since MSNBC has such an enormous % of TV viewers, the jury pool has obviously been biased and contaminated by the false accusations of ‘wiretapping’ that MSNBC, the AP, and Wash Post made.
Did he or did he not break any laws? From the sound of his explanation I’d take it he holds that they didn’t, because they weren’t misrepresenting to tamper/break in/bug anything.
But if they didn’t break any laws I’d like them to say so explicitly, and if they did break the law—then they do deserve what the law-breaking brings.
I’d take it there is legitimate basis to the feds holding the videos—or he’d say that there isn’t?
it seems to me that he could do A LOT of suing and be set for life.
That would be the point of crossing the line if it was done.
Nothing wrong with going into the offices. But going into the equipment closets would be a no no.
I would like to see his tapes; I don't believe anyone in today's world.
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