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MD Attorney General Frosh Confronted About Deputy Abusing Position and Taxpayer Dollars to Chase Female

Award-winning journalist and New York Times’ best-selling author James O’Keefe released a third video dealing with the Maryland Attorney General’s office.

Award-winning journalist and New York Times’ best-selling author James O’Keefe released a third video dealing with the Maryland Attorney General’s office. In this video, a new allegation surfaces regarding the alleged improper sexual behavior of Maryland Deputy Attorney General Thiruvendran Vignarajah. Also, reporters were rebuffed as they attended a Bar Association fundraiser to obtain a statement from AG Frosh.

“The EPA suit, that won’t happen until later this week,” said Vignarajah to an undercover female reporter he was trying to impress in the first video of this series. “It will be really bad if somebody found out before the middle of the week.”

Project Veritas legal experts say Vinarajah likely violated the Maryland Rules of Professional Conduct when he leaked this story about his client, the state of Maryland, to our journalist. {Rule 1.6(a)} says a:

“…lawyer shall not reveal information relating to representation of a client unless the client gives informed consent.”

Project Veritas also challenged Vignarajah’s actions as being wasteful of taxpayer dollars, as he was at a taxpayer funded event when his scandalous behavior occurred.

When Project Veritas personalities attempted to interview Maryland’s Attorney General and others at a Bar Association fundraising dinner, Frosh was unwilling to provide a statement but another attorney at the event accused the journalists of being “a pain in the ass.”

The video also unveils an anonymous letter received by Project Veritas following the release of the first two videos in this series. While Project Veritas does not know who sent it, the letter appears to have been written by an employee of the Maryland Attorney General’s office. The letter accuses Vignarajah of being the “lover” of a young woman “fresh out of law school” who was promoted ahead of more qualified people in the office.

“While in the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office he hired a young woman fresh out of law school, Kate Dorian, and put her in a position for which she was not yet qualified based on her lack of experience,” reads the beginning of the letter. “She was only admitted to the Maryland Bar in December 2013 and she was placed in duties reserved for veteran prosecutors.  It was a big joke within the rank and file prosecutors in the office because Dorian is Vignarajah’s lover (who knows if that will continue after the video expose just completed by PV).”