-By Joan McCarter
January 13, 2012- James O'Keefe is quickly becoming the least popular person in New Hampshire. Town officials there have called for his arrest and prosecution for voter fraud, stemming from the stunt he engineered during Tuesday's primary there, attempting to demonstrate that voter fraud existed by conspiring with colleagues to commit voter fraud.
Now, the collateral damage of his actions is emerging.
A grieving New Hampshire widow said she was stunned to learn her beloved husband’s identity was used for a political gotcha — just 10 days after his death.
January 13, 2012- CNN contributor and conservative radio host Dana Loesch said on her show that she not only thinks the Marines who urinated on dead Taliban soldiers are cool, but she'd be willing to join them.
After playing a news clip describing the video, Loesch said, "I'd drop trou and do it too. That's me, though. I want a million cool points for these guys." She wondered why there was any kind of scandal surrounding the incident.
"C'mon people, this is a war," she said. "Do I have a problem with that as a citizen of the United States? No, I don't."
The Brad Blog: NH Republican Mayor: 'Arrest and Prosecute' O'Keefe and Fellow 'Voter Fraud' Conspirators!
Unnamed donor paid $50k to fund his 'voter fraud' project...
-By Brad Friedman
January 12, 2012- Just one quick update to our full dismantling of James O'Keefe's latest hoax video, this one purporting to show "voter fraud" in NH (as carried out by O'Keefe and his co-conspirators!). As ThinkProgress details today, the liberal Democrat Mayor of ... I mean, the conservative Republican Mayor of Manchester is now calling for O'Keefe and his pals to be "arrested and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law"...
The Brad Blog: New James O'Keefe Hoax Video Purports to Detail Fraudulent Cases of 'Voter Fraud' in New Hampshire
-By Brad Friedman
January 12, 2012- Long ago discredited, federally convicted criminal, Rightwing con-artist, pretend journalist and accomplished liar James O'Keefe is pimping another secretly-taped and selectively-edited video sure to be a sensation on Fox "News" and at other Republican propaganda venues. It purports to show several voters showing up at polling places during New Hampshire's primary on Tuesday, giving the name of a recently deceased voter to poll workers, before procuring a ballot to vote under that name.
Talking Points Memo: Election Law Experts Say James O’Keefe Allies Could Face Charges Over Voter Fraud Stunt
-by Ryan J. Reilly
January 11, 2012- It was one of the few — if not the only — coordinated efforts to attempt in-person voter fraud, and it was pulled off by affiliates of conservative activist James O’Keefe at polling places in New Hampshire Tuesday night. All of it part of an attempt to prove the need for voter ID laws that voting rights experts say have a unfair impact on minority voters.
Now election law experts tell TPM that O’Keefe’s allies could face criminal charges on both the federal and state level for procuring ballots under false names, and that his undercover sting doesn’t demonstrate a need for voter ID laws at all.
-By Eric W. Dolan
December 22, 2011- The Record reporter Chris Harris appeared on Countdown with Keith Olbermann on Thursday night to discuss the possible civil sexual harassment lawsuit against conservative filmmaker James O’Keefe.
Conservative blogger Nadia Naffe accused O’Keefe of sending her harassing messages after she backed out of an upcoming hidden camera sting on the “Occupy Wall Street” protest in New York City. Judge Alan Karch dismissed the criminal complaint against O’Keefe because there was insufficient evidence showing the harassment originated in Westwood, where O’Keefe lives with his parents.
“Ultimately, he couldn’t prove that all of it stemmed or originated from his jurisdiction,” Harris explained. “So therefore the charges wouldn’t stick in his court.”
But the judge informed her that she could pursue a civil complaint.
-by Kevin Zieber
December 15, 2011- In at least three instances, Andrew Breitbart's Big Journalism website has used an image connected to a Nazi-era German magazine noted for anti-Semitic cartoons and pro-Hitler leanings.