Head tried to indict O’Keefe, last year, for releasing a video that exposed voter fraud in the polling booths in his state. O’Keefe’s video contributed to a voter ID law passing in the state with a super-majority vote. State Democrats tried to repeal the law in March of this year, but failed.
“I was doing my duty as a journalist to educate the public on issues that matter, while he was trying to stifle free speech,” O’Keefe says in an email touting the new video.
“What was particularly unnerving is the New Hampshire state officials knew where to find me before I had even moved. Was another Department of Justice/AP spying scheme happening?? How did they know where I was? “
In May of 2012, a few months after sending state officials to search the home of a Project Veritas videographer, New Hampshire state authorities arrived at the home of Mike Rogers with a criminal grand jury subpoena for James O’Keefe. How state officials knew the address of where O’Keefe was staying before he even got there is a mystery. We filed a public records request to determine if these authorities were working with the Feds, but they never responded.
Associate Attorney General Richard Head was the man responsible for most of this activity, as well as efforts to indict our reporters after our video showing ballots offered out in the names of the dead at poll locations. Reality prompted the state legislature to pass a voter ID law, overturning Governor Lynch’s veto. Project Veritas also obtained a letter showing how Richard Head was asking for years of my emails from political opponents working with hacker types.
We also asked head to sign the Chapter in the new book Breakthrough documenting all these injustices, entitled, “Richard Head Rises”.
What’s next for our young hero?
O’Keefe left an intriguing hint ant the end of his email: “Coming up, we’ve got a new investigation coming your way that could rock government largesse…Hint: #BuyingVotes.”
Click here, to order O’Keefe’s new book, Breakthrough: Our Guerilla War to Expose Fraud and Save Democracy.