Reports of Suspicious Package at Diocese of Covington – Diocese Employees Scramble – Bomb Squad on Scene *UPDATED*

Thanks to the liars in the media, the Diocese of Covington, Covington High School, the students and their families — and even the lawyer representing them are all under threat.

Happy now, media?

Kenton County dispatch confirms first responders are being sent to the Diocese of Covington for reports of a suspicious package, reported Dan Griffin of WLWT on Wednesday afternoon.

Madison Avenue  between 11th and 12th is blocked according to Dan Griffin.


There was a mass exodus of the parking lot and Diocese employees “scrambled to leave.”

Videos of the scene:

Bomb squad and emergency management are on scene and Diocese evacuated.

Update: Covington police say the package was taken away, not detonated and nothing explosive was inside. It came through a delivery service.

Shortly before first responders were sent to the Diocese of Covington on reports of a suspicious package, the attorney representing the Covington teens, Robert Barnes, received a bomb threat.

The threat comes after he gave 48 hour notice for celebrities, media outlets, politicians and journalists 48 hours to retract and apologize for any defamatory statements against the Covington kids or potentially be named in lawsuits next week.

The threat was emailed and used the same deadline. It said, “I am coming to bomb your office. Get ready. 48 hours. Be ready.”

Verified accounts on Twitter threatened to physically assault and murder the Covington Catholic teens after a selectively edited video of the boys went viral.

Covington Catholic High School even had to close down this week due to security concerns.

The left and their mouthpieces in the media are truly the enemy of the American people.

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