ACORN Says Audio On Video Obtained Illegally ACORN and two of its employees are filing a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the people who made a surreptitious recording in the group's Baltimore office. Madeleine Brand talks with an attorney representing ACORN and the employees, Andrew Freeman.
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ACORN Says Audio On Video Obtained Illegally

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ACORN Says Audio On Video Obtained Illegally

ACORN Says Audio On Video Obtained Illegally

ACORN Says Audio On Video Obtained Illegally

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ACORN and two of its employees are filing a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the people who made a surreptitious recording in the group's Baltimore office. Madeleine Brand talks with an attorney representing ACORN and the employees, Andrew Freeman.