MARMARONECK, NY – James O’Keefe, the founder of the undercover video sting group Project Veritas, is currently on paid leave and faces possible termination from his position after an internal memo signed by one third of the employees of the organization alleged that he is “outright cruel” and a “Power-drunk tyrant”in his dealings with employees.
According to the memo, O’Keefe regularly “publicly humiliated” with their employees “oral misuse” in what amountpublic crucifixion, and he was an employee “Upset and Disappointed” From his management style.
In addition, it was also claimed that O’Keefe – who founded Project Veritas in 2010 – forced people to take lie detector tests in an effort to root out leaks to the press.
“I would describe the current environment of Project Veritas with this adage: ‘The beatings will go on until the morale improves,'” One employee said in the memo, others said “James has become a power-drunk tyrant.”
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The memo was presented to the nonprofit’s board on Monday with the signatures of 16 employees.
Later the same day the memo was presented, the Project Veritas board voted on reinstate the two officers immediately According to Daniel Strack, executive director of Project Veritas, in an internal group chat, O’Keefe was fired weeks ago, and the group’s founders went on paid leave.
“James will be fit for a couple of weeks [paid time off]Strack reportedly said.
Currently, the future of the group’s founder is uncertain, although many commentators – both within and outside the organization – have stated that without O’Keefe – it has been described as “heart and soul” – Project Veritas does not actually exist, as their reporting was often the centerpiece of their stories.
In response to O’Keefe’s comments on the situation, Strack told the media that the Project Veritas board “Continuously evaluating what’s the best path forward for the organization.”
O’Keefe himself has yet to publicly comment on the situation.