First Amendment to the U S Constitution
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November 27, 2017
Journalists at the Washington Post were contacted by a woman claiming to have had a sexual relationship with Senate candidate Roy Moore (R, AL) when she was a young teenager. Upon closer inspection, the woman's story proved false, and she was connected with right-wing political organization Project Veritas. Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe will not comment and has been avoiding reporters since the story broke.
Domonske, S., Davis, A.C., & Crites, C. (2017). A woman approached The Post with a dramatic—and false—tale about Roy Moore. She appears to be part of an undercover sting operation. "The Washington Post." Retrieved from http://washingtonpost.com.
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