Judge blocks New York Times from publishing Project Veritas documents

The New York Times building is seen in New York City Aug. 31. The Epoch Times photo/Samira Bouaou photo
Zachary StieberThe Epoch TimesA New York judge Thursday, Nov. 18, ordered the New York Times to appear in court the following week and defend publishing legal documents from Project Veritas and, in the meantime, stop publishing the privileged materials.Justice Charles Wood said he may order the paper to remove all references to or descriptions to Project Veritas’s privileged attorney-client information and to return and/or immediately delete all copies of the privileged materials in the paper’s possession, unless he was convinced otherwise.The paper or its lawyers were told to appear in New York Supreme Court for Westchester County, Tuesday, Nov. 23.The New York Times recently published documents online that the paper said were from Project Veritas. The paper
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