Confined To New Jersey, James O’Keefe May Want To Give The ‘Taste Of Westwood’ A Shot
James O’Keefe Mugshot
The reality rewriting anit-choice agitprop artist James O’Keefe has to live within the confines of his parole.
A federal judge has denied a request by James O’Keefe, the conservative auteur-provocateur, to make a series of trips outside New Jersey.
Since O’Keefe is on probation for his conviction last year for his role in a harebrained undercover operation inside Senator Mary Landrieu’s New Orleans district office, he has to get judicial approval to travel outside New Jersey, where he resides with his family. As part of the scheme targeting the Louisiana Democrat, two O’Keefe cronies dressed up as telephone repairmen and sought access to the politician’s telephone system (O’Keefe—himself a noted master of disguise—was secretly recording the goings-on with his cell phone).