According to the Times Leader, Kanjorski paid $10,000 to have a man follow Mayor Barletta and film his interactions with the public. According to the story, the videographer tried to mislead the Barletta campaign by signing up to volunteer on the campaign and asking for a campaign button under the false pretense that he supported Barletta’s campaign.
When asked for comment the cameraman referred questions to a spokesman for Paul Kanjorski’s campaign. Terry Madonna, professor of public affairs at Franklin and Marshall College, was also interviewed for the story. When asked about the attempt to infiltrate the Barletta campaign, Madonna said it “borders on sleazy.”