Project Veritas scores big legal win in Biden diary case

Dylan Housman The Daily Caller A federal court ordered Wednesday, Dec. 8, that a special master be appointed to review materials seized by the FBI during raids against Project Veritas last month. The special master will determine whether evidence seized by the FBI in raids against Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe and two former Project Veritas employees can be used by prosecutors in a case involving the alleged theft of Ashley Biden’s diary. Judge Analisa Torres granted Project Veritas’ request that a special master be appointed but declined to order the Department of Justice to conduct an investigation to determine whether information about the raid was leaked to The New York Times. The FBI carried out the raids as part of an investigation into whether the diary
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