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Judge Temporarily Blocks New York Times From Publishing Project Veritas Materials


A New York trial judge on Thursday temporarily blocked the New York Times from publishing some materials concerning Project Veritas The order by Justice Charles Wood of the Westchester County Supreme Court covers memos written by a Project Veritas lawyer and obtained by the Times. Wood scheduled a hearing for next Tuesday to consider a longer prohibition against publication, and whether the Times should remove references to privileged attorney-client information in a Nov. 11 article about Project Veritas’ journalism practices. “This ruling is unconstitutional and sets a dangerous precedent,” Dean Baquet, the Times’ executive editor, said in an emailed statement….

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