Project Veritas CEO and board refuse to release findings of internal O'Keefe audit

The board is hiding the report's results from the public despite claiming they were "vindicated."

Project Veritas CEO Hannah Giles refused to comment when confronted by citizen journalist SageOps about the company's decision not to release the forensic audit report into ousted founder James O'Keefe

Leaked audio from a board meeting has revealed that the company planned to keep the results of the report away from the public, despite claiming that they had been "vindicated."

"Did James commit self inurement?" SageOps asked Giles as she and a colleague walked down the street in Mamaroneck, New York. "You have the report!"

In the leaked audio, board member Joe Barton can be heard explaining the company's decision not to release the document.

"The one thing that I will talk about is the audit report," he said. "The board decided not to release that. No one's going to see that except for the board for reasons that do not have to be disclosed."

"Is PV exonerated? Yes," Barton continued. "But there are other issues and concerns, so the board made the decision that it did."

SageOps informed Giles that he'd heard the Barton tapes, at which point her colleague called the reporter a "rotten bastard."  

"If you guys want to have a sit-down interview with me, I'm fine with that," the CEO finally said, breaking a long period of silence. She asked SageOps to send his request to her media department, which he said he would.

During the interaction, SageOps also pressed Giles on allegations that she had "quietly cut off legal aid" to Spencer Meads and Eric Cochran just weeks after publicly vowing to continue supporting them and "protect all journalists." The now-former Project Veritas employees are under federal investigation over their involvement in the Ashley Biden diary case.

The once-flourishing company has devolved into chaos as of late, with reports surfacing that Giles had decided to fire most of the staff. Employees have complained about her leadership since she took over in June for O'Keefe, who was ousted four months earlier.
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