WATCH: Project Veritas' James O'Keefe breaks down ongoing defamation lawsuit against The New York Times

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Project Veritas CEO James O’Keefe gave an update on Wednesday regarding the nonprofit’s ongoing defamation lawsuit against the New York Times.

Project Veritas won a major legal victory after the New York Supreme Court ruled in March of 2021 that the New York Times used “actual malice” and acted with “reckless disregard” in several articles attacking Project Veritas.

Attorneys for Project Veritas defeated the New York Times attempts to dismiss the defamation suit, after the paper argued in court that Veritas is a libel-proof plaintiff because of its history of using “sting operations and entrapment tactics.”

In November 2021, the New York Times published memos written between Project Veritas and Project Veritas’ lawyers. On Christmas Eve, the New York Supreme Court issued an order which required the New York Times “to return and cease any republication of legal memos written by Project Veritas‘ attorneys,” O’Keefe reports.

Now, the New York Times is appealing the New York Supreme Court’s order and argued in their appellate brief that the lower court’s decision was “an extraordinary prior restraint” and violated the First Amendment.

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