Here’s some good news from Project Veritas filmmaker James O’Keefe: as of tomorrow, he’s no longer on probation. O’Keefe was sentenced in 2010 in connection with a sting in which he and three others dressed as telephone repairmen to investigate if Sen. Mary Landrieu was ignoring constituents’ phone calls during the Obamacare debate.
Wishing @JamesOKeefeIII a very happy, well deserved finally probation-free eve.
— Kemberlee Kaye (@KemberleeKaye) May 25, 2013
@JamesOKeefeIII Congratulations, and looking forward to your next film!!
— Charles Roberts,CFP® (@charlesrroberts) May 25, 2013
@JamesOKeefeIII congrats, James!!! We all appreciate everything you do. Looking forward to watching the next part of your career.
— Mike Johnson (@mrmikejohnson) May 25, 2013
— Brian Craig (@BrianCraigShow) May 25, 2013
We get @JamesOKeefeIII back tomorrow! WƠ̴̴͡.̮Ơ̴̴̴͡T!!! Love this man's brilliant mind… Seriously crushing on him!
— ๑Jai๑ (@NytFury) May 26, 2013
@JamesOKeefeIII good for you man. Keep fighting the good fight.
— Mike Palumbo (@mxmike_89) May 25, 2013
— CustomClubMaker (@CustomClubMaker) May 26, 2013