AMAZING VIDEO–> Nick Sandmann’s Lawyer L. Lin Wood Releases INCREDIBLE VIDEO on the Lies and Assault Against the Covington Children
L. Lin Wood, recently retained by the family of Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann issued a in late January promising a “multitude of civil lawsuits” against those who made “false accusations and threats” against Sandmann over the incident involving him and Native American activist Nathan Phillips last Friday in Washington, D.C.
Nick Sandmann’s lawyers sent over over 50 legal notices to media organizations, politicians – including Democrat Elizabeth Warren, and Hollywood celebrities this past weekend.
Sandmann, 16, from Covington, Kentucky, was in D.C. with classmates from the private school for the annual March for Life. He and his fellow students were confronted by Native American activist Nathan Phillips, 64, from Michigan, who was in town for the Indigenous Peoples March, at the Lincoln Memorial. The boys were waiting for buses to pick them up. Phillips approached the students while loudly banging a drum and chanting in a language the boys could not understand. Phillips stepped up to Sandmann, drumming and chanting within inches of the boy’s face. Sandmann, who was wearing a red Trump MAGA hat, stood and smiled as Phillips pounded and chanted.
Longer videos showed that Sandmann and his fellow students were subjected to vicious, racist harassment by Black Hebrew Israelites at the Lincoln Memorial before Phillips approached them. The students did not respond to the black racists in kind. Another Native American activist with Phillips swore at the students and told them to go back to Europe.
On Friday L. Lin Wood released a powerful video showcasing the lies of Nathan Phillips and the liberal mainstream media against the Covington children.
From the video: Two weeks ago, the mainstream media, politicians, church officials, commentators, & celebrities rushed to judgment to wrongfully condemn, threaten, disparage & vilify Nick Sandmann based solely on a few seconds of an out-of-context video clip. It only takes 15 minutes to learn the truth.
The video already has 442,000 views.