The man who first published James O'Keefe's explosive videos exposing wrongdoing at community organizer ACORN came to his defense Monday, claiming the conservative filmmaker "sat in jail for 28 hours without access to an attorney" while the prosecutor made his case to the media.
O'Keefe, accused of trying to tamper with the phones of Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu, was "framed" by the media and the U.S. attorney's office, Andrew Breitbart, publisher of BigGovernment.com, told Fox News.
O'Keefe will be on Hannity tonight for his first prolonged interview on the matter. I would caution all from prejudging guilt AND innocence on this matter. O'Keefe has plenty to still explain. Also, I'll be interviewing Wade Rathke later this week and I'm sure this topic will come up.