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  • O'Keefe, known nationally for hidden-camera videos targeting the community-organizing group ACORN, said he believes it's clear he and others weren't trying to wiretap or shut down Landrieu's phones in her office in a New Orleans federal building.

    ACORN foe: Phone scheme meant to embarrass senator →

  • "I learned from a number of sources that many of Senator Landrieu's constituents were having trouble getting through to her office to tell her that they didn't want her taking millions of federal dollars in exchange for her vote on the health care bill," O'Keefe said in the statement.

    ACORN foe: Phone scheme meant to embarrass senator →

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