Nick Sandmann’s Lawyer Just Sent Potential Lawsuits to 54 Entities, Including CNN

February 03, 2019Feb 03, 2019

Many times, when the liberal media tries to smear and destroy conservatives with fake news, there are little to no consequences for those responsible. In the case of the Covington Catholic scandal, that might not be true this time.

Attorneys representing Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann and his family have reportedly sent possible lawsuits to dozens of entities, including major media outlets like CNN and NBC.

"The legal counsel representing Nick and his family, Todd McMurtry and experienced libel and defamation lawyer L. Lin Wood of Atlanta, have said they will seek justice for the harm allegedly done to the teen," The Enquirer reported.

The report added: "McMurtry is with the law firm of Hemmer Defrank Wessels and has practiced law in Greater Cincinnati since 1991. He said a team of seven lawyers has been working full-time to review the media accounts of what happened."

Here is a full list of entities who could face lawsuits, via the Daily Wire:

1. The Washington Post
2. The New York Times
3. Cable News Network, Inc. (CNN)
4. The Guardian
5. National Public Radio
6. TMZ
7. Atlantic Media Inc.
8. Capitol Hill Publishing Corp.
9. Diocese of Covington
10. Diocese of Lexington
11. Archdiocese of Louisville
12. Diocese of Baltimore
13. Ana Cabrera (CNN)
14. Sara Sidner (CNN)
15. Erin Burnett (CNN)
16. S.E. Cupp (CNN)
17. Elliot C. McLaughlin (CNN)
18. Amanda Watts (CNN)
19. Emanuella Grinberg (CNN)
20. Michelle Boorstein (Washington Post)
21. Cleve R. Wootson Jr. (Washington Post)
22. Antonio Olivo (Washington Post)
23. Joe Heim (Washington Post)
24. Michael E. Miller (Washington Post)
25. Eli Rosenberg (Washington Post)
26. Isaac Stanley-Becker (Washington Post)
27. Kristine Phillips (Washington Post)
28. Sarah Mervosh (New York Times)
29. Emily S. Rueb (New York Times)
30. Maggie Haberman (New York Times)
31. David Brooks (New York Times)
32. Shannon Doyne
33. Kurt Eichenwald
34. Andrea Mitchell (NBC/MSNBC)
35. Savannah Guthrie (NBC)
36. Joy Reid (MSNBC)
37. Chuck Todd (NBC)
38. Noah Berlatsky
39. Elisha Fieldstadt (NBC)
40. Eun Kyung Kim
41. HBO
42. Bill Maher
43. Warner Media
44. Conde Nast
45. GQ
47. The Hill
48. The Atlantic
50. Ilhan Omar
51. Elizabeth Warren
52. Kathy Griffin
53. Alyssa Milano
54. Jim Carrey

The media smeared Sandmann and his classmates, initially reporting that they were intimidating a Native American protester and shouting racially charged chants. Both narratives turned out to be completely false as video showed the protester, Nathan Phillips, intentionally placing himself at the center of the students.

Claims that the students chanted "build that wall" were also debunked.

McMurtry, Sandmann's attorney, thinks he has many dead to rights.

"They know they crossed the line," McMurtry said. "Do they want 12 people in Kentucky to decide their fate? I don't think so."

The attorneys representing the Sandmann family also released this "brutal" video showing just how much false information was spread by the media.

Get ready for karma to hit back at the media.

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