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Giles asks, "is there a way I can make up two years of tax returns?" The ACORN employee replies, "no you can't make it up", but tells Giles that she could form a business and state that she provides a service.In the San Diego office, edited video showed ACORN employee Juan Carlos Vera telling O'Keefe he had "contacts" in "Tijuana" to help get underage girls across the border.On July 8, 2010, after the AG's Report confirmed that he had contacted the police to try to thwart the couple's smuggling plan, Vera filed a civil suit in U. District Court for the Southern District of California against O'Keefe and Giles for recording him without his permission, which was a violation of California law.Following the videos' release and extensive media coverage, she dropped out of college to "pursue demands to keep up with public appearances and job offers." who came to national attention in the United States in September 2009 with the release of his ACORN undercover videos.
The edited videos were published on Andrew Breitbart's website Big from September through November 2009.
" the employee replies, "but if they making money and they are underage, then you shouldn't be letting anybody know anyway." In the Washington, D.
C., office, Giles and O'Keefe ask about how to account for Giles' anticipated prostitution income on tax forms.
In July and August 2009, Giles and O'Keefe visited ACORN offices in Baltimore, Washington, D.
C., Brooklyn, San Bernardino, San Diego, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and Miami.
In the Brooklyn office, Giles and O'Keefe tell a loan counselor they want to buy a house, and that an abusive pimp is "aggressively" pursuing Giles.