Covington Catholic High School

Covington Catholic high school student Nicholas Sandmann is suing The Washington Post over its coverage of a January incident involving himself and Native American protester Nathan Phillips. Attorneys for Sandmann filed the lawsuit Tuesday, accusing the Washington newspaper of engaging in a “modern-day form of McCarthyism.” The lawsuit also blames CNN and NBC, “among others,”
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Political commentator Michelle Malkin accused the media of playing the “hate card” against Covington Catholic High School students, on “Fox & Friends” Thursday, and said it ultimately backfired. Malkin cheered Covington student Nick Sandmann for deciding to pursue litigation and said those who clamored for the Kentucky students to be punished should be held to account. “The
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Over 50 media entities, politicians, and Hollywood celebrities are facing libel lawsuits from Nick Sandmann’s lawyers and among them will be the Native American activist Nathan Phillips who made the false accusations against the kids at Covington Catholic High School. Lin Wood, an Atlanta-based lawyer, told LifeSite yesterday that Phillips’ “lies and false accusations” against
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Photo by: Eric Thayer/Getty Images Lucian Lincoln Wood a famous libel attorney who rose to prominence representing Richard Jewell the security guard falsely accused of orchestrating the Atlanta Olympics Bombing of 1996, is representing Nick Sandmann, the famous smiling boy from Covington Catholic High School. Wood has vowed to unleash a “multitude of civil
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As the wind blows evermore strongly in the direction of evidence showing the kids at Covington Catholic having done nothing wrong, the diocese is has apologized for passing judgment early, as Robert Barnes assembles a so-called “Defamation Dream Team” to file lawsuits against the liars in the Media-Hollywood-Swamp axis of evil. In the non-apology apology,
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Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) publicly admonished Hollywood star Jim Carrey for targeting the Covington Catholic High School students with his latest bizarre painting, and referring to them as “baby snakes.” Carrey offered his criticism of the high school students that have been smeared by the media over their interaction with a Native American veteran who
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