Covington Catholic Student To Sue The Native American Activist Who Drummed In His Face

Hannah Bleau

Nick Sandmann, the Covington Catholic student at the center of the controversial Lincoln Memorial confrontation, is lawyering up. His team of lawyers already sent a warning shot to insufferable celebs like Kathy Griffin, Alyssa Milano and Jim Carrey. They deserve it. Instead of apologizing and admitting that they were wrong, they doubled down.

Still not sure what really went down? Watch this.

Sandmann isn’t done. It sounds like he’s planning on suing Nathan Phillips, the Native American activist who drummed in his face and lied about it. Oh– and a few others.

One of the attorneys representing Covington High School student Nick Sandmann and his parents confirmed to LifeSiteNews that Native American activist Nathan Phillips, and some of the others who have received notices from the attorneys, “will be sued.”

Lin Wood, an Atlanta-based lawyer, told LifeSite yesterday that Phillips’ “lies and false accusations” against Sandmann and the other Covington students are “well documented.”

He also said they would be filing the first round of lawsuits “within two weeks.” Todd V. McMurtry, a Ft. Mitchell, Ky attorney, is also representing Sandmann and his parents. Doug Schloemer, a Ft. Mitchell, Ky attorney, represents a number of other students and Robert Barnes, a California attorney, is also representing families and students of Covington High School.


We’ll keep you updated as we learn more.

h/t LifeSite News