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Project Veritas Asks SDNY Judge To Find Who Leaked to NYT Which It Calls US Press Secretary

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 15 –   In the litigation triggered by the seizure of cell phones from Project Veritas' James O'Keefe related to the diary that may or may not be Ashley Biden's, O'Keefe on November 15 asked U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Analisa Torres to order the prosecutors to

  "inform the court if the government - including the FBI or any other governmental agency - leaked Project Veritas's attorney-client privileged memoranda to the New York Times" and "identify who at the government is responsible for the previous leaks."  

 The request includes message to O'Keefe asking for comment and says "the New York Times' repeated use of information demonstrably leaked to it by the government renders the New York Times little more than the government's press secretary." 

 The US has responded asking to be granted until November 19 to respond.

 The New York Times, as of this writing, has not sought to intervene.  

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