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Sandmann's legal team releases video urging truth amid Covington Catholic lawsuits against media
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Mar 14, 2019 3:55 PM 1+ week ago

Lawyers for Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann released a video Wednesday calling for media reform and highlighting the lawsuits they recently filed against The Washington Post and CNN.

The video, released by the law firm of L. Lin Wood, included clips from CNN, MSNBC and comedian Bill Maher on HBO's "Real Time" critical of the teenager following his encounter with a Native American activist. It was, in a sense, a warning shot to other news outlets about their coverage.

The Washington Post and CNN "recklessly spread lies about a minor to advance their own financial and political agendas. Despite raw video debunking the false narrative, The Post and CNN doubled down on their reckless lies," a narrator said in the video, which was posted to YouTube. "Lies that will forever haunt and endanger the life of an innocent young man."

The video, produced in collaboration with filmmaker Mikki Willis, "was intended to continue exposing the public to the ...

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