NEW YORK – In a recent report from Project Veritas, legal advocacy nonprofit group Judicial Watch had obtained documents from the Department of Justice via a Freedom of Information/Privacy Acts (FOIPA) that revealed clandestine communications have transpired between the FBI and Pfizer regarding Project Veritas.

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Following the FOIPA request made by Judicial Watch that sought “All communications regarding project Veritas between FBI officials and Employees/Representatives of Pfizer,” the Department of Justice responded to the request in a January 6th letter that claimed they couldn’t release said information because it was contained “in an investigative file which is exempt from disclosure.”

“The FBI has completed its search for records responsive to your request,” the DOJ’s response said. The material you requested is located in an investigative file which is exempt from disclosure pursuant to 5 U.S.C. § 552(b)(7)(A). 552(b)(7)(A) exempts from disclosure:

“Records or information compiled for law enforcement purposes, but only to the extent that the production of such law enforcement records or information … could reasonably be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings…”

The DOJ letter continued from there, alleging that by sharing the requested documents regarding FBI and Pfizer communications pertaining to Project Veritas could sully “a pending or prospective law enforcement proceeding.”

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“The records responsive to your request are law enforcement records; there is a pending or prospective law enforcement proceeding relevant to these responsive records, and release of the information could reasonably be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings. Therefore, your request is being administratively closed,” the concluded.

Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe explained how they’d done recent exposés on Pfizer and remarked on how particularly troubling it is that the FBI and Pfizer are communicating regarding a potential law enforcement investigation over journalists literally doing their job.

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“So, the question is, why would Pfizer, a pharmaceutical company, be talking to the FBI about Project Veritas right after those pieces of reporting I just showed you?” O’Keefe posited. “Why is a pharmaceutical company and the Federal Bureau of Investigation having conversations about journalists in the United States of America? Is this another example of the Department of Justice being weaponized by corporate and political interests?”

An official statement from Project Veritas was also released regarding the matter, calling the revelation “troubling.”

The statement read, “It is troubling, not just that Pfizer apparently believes it can rely on the FBI to squash truthful reporting via investigations into law-abiding journalists, but also that they appear to be right in thinking the FBI will willingly target dissenting press with unconstitutional raids.  There should be no place for such retaliatory attacks on journalism in America.”

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