The lawyers representing Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann have sent legal notices to over 50 media organizations, politicians, celebrities and reporters.
The list of potential lawsuits includes presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren, the New York Times, CNN, Maggie Haberman, Savannah Guthrie, Rep. Ilhan Omar, and many many more. Preservation letters were sent out on Friday.
One of the attorneys involved in the case, Lin Wood, confirmed the list to the Gateway Pundit on Saturday evening, adding that “it is still a work in progress. More preservation demand letters will go out next week.”
Others who will be receiving preservation letters include the Washington Post, NPR, Andrea Mitchell, Joy Reid, Chuck Todd, The Hill, The Atlantic, Kathy Griffin, GQ Magazine, The Guardian, TMZ, Capitol Hill Publishing Corp., Diocese of Covington, Diocese of Lexington, Archdiocese of Louisville, Diocese of Baltimore, Erin Burnett, Sara Sidner, Ana Cabrera, Amanda Watts, Elliot McLaughlin, Michelle Boorstein, Emanuella Grinberg, Cleve Wootson Jr., Antonio Olivo, Joe Heim, Michael Miller, Eli Rosenberg, David Brooks, Isaac Stanley-Becker, Kristine Phillips, Sara Mervosh, Emily Rueb, Shannon Doyne, Kurt Eichenwald, Bill Maher, HBO, Warner Media, Ilhan Omar, Noah Berlatsky, Elisha Fieldstadt, Eun Kyung Kim, Noah Berlatsky, Elisha Fieldstadt, and Eun Kyung Kim.
A team of seven lawyers have been working on the case, Cincinnati.com reports.
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“The letters tell the organizations and individuals not to destroy any documents in connection with the case, the attorney said. For example, the documents could be drafts or early versions of articles or emails among staff discussing the story,” Cincinnati.com reports.