February 14, 2014 6:45 am -

20acornside01-8e1a010f37fe296d_largeHe’s already been sued by one of the victims of one of his ginned-up bogus “sting” videos. Now, James O’Keefe, the “pimp daddy” of race-baiting poorly disguised as “investigative journalism,” is getting sued by a former employee.

On Jan. 27, Daniel Francisco, who was until earlier that month the executive director of Project Veritas, launched a lawsuit (case No. 51182/2014) against his former employer. In the summons, filed in the Supreme Court of New York, Francisco claimed to have been “wrongly terminated” by Project Veritas, that “Project Veritas has breached its contract” by “failing to compensate him for the final week of his employment,” that it has “tortuously interfered with Paintiff’s contract,” and that since then James O’Keefe had “defamed” Francisco.

“Essentially, a dispute has arisen and we’re pursuing our legal options due to the unethical behavior and actions of Project Veritas and Mr. O’Keefe,” said Francisco’s attorney, Kenneth J. Falcon. “There’s not many specifics I want to go into this point. I don’t know whether they have been served, but I’m sure we’ll be hearing from them soon.”


D.B. Hirsch
D.B. Hirsch is a political activist, news junkie, and retired ad copy writer and spin doctor. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.