Covington Catholic student's parents sue Washington Post

The family of 16-year-old Nicholas Sandmann is suing the Washington Post over its coverage of the Kentucky teen's encounter with a Native American man on the Mall.
0:26 | 02/20/19

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A massive defamation lawsuit has been filed stemming from a controversial encounter at the Lincoln Memorial last month the family of the Kentucky teenager at the center of the incidents. Is suing the Washington Post for 250 million dollars. Nicholas sandman was wearing them make America great again hat. He was confronted by protesters. Systemic claims the newspaper's coverage target it and bullies famine. To embarrass president topple the post promises a vigorous defense.

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