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Washington Post Asks Court to Dismiss Covington Lawsuit
« on: April 11, 2019, 08:59:54 AM »
Washington Post Asks Court to Dismiss Covington Lawsuit

Neetu Chandak  April 10, 2019 
 

The Washington Post asked a federal court Tuesday to dismiss a lawsuit brought by Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann in February.

Several Covington Catholic boys, including Sandmann, were caught in a viral encounter with American Indian activist Nathan Phillips in January. An initial video made it appear like the boys donning Make America Great Again hats were taunting Phillips. Many also assumed Sandmann was disrespectful while face to face with Phillips, who was chanting and banging a drum.
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A complete version of the video, however, showed Phillips walked toward the boys.

Sandmann filed the $250 million libel suit in February over the Post’s coverage of the incident.

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