Washington Post sued by a high school student

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March 14, 2019 by
Washington Post sued by a high school student

The Washington Message was filed a claim against by a secondary school trainee called Nicholas Sandmann on Tuesday. He sued it for character assassination as well as stated that he was accused wrongly of racist acts in the newspaper. The newspaper prompted that he challenged with a protestor from Native America in an occurrence that took place at the Lincoln Memorial in the month of January.

Jeff Bezos that founded Amazon.com and also is likewise the richest person on the planet paid about 250 million dollars in 2013 for the Post and also this much amount would be lost because of the suit that was submitted by the secondary school student named Nicholas Sandmann. It was stated in the claim that this teenager was targeted in a wrong way as well as likewise bullied in order to make the predisposition versus the Head of state get advanced. This took place as Nicholas was a white Catholic and also as a result of the cap he used during the rally that occurred in Washington, D.C. Kristine Kelly who is the Vice Head Of State of the Washington Message for Communications claimed that a duplicate of the submitted legal action was being reviewed for a suitable action. The event that occurred at the Lincoln Memorial stimulated outrage and also the pictures taken went viral on social media sites. Extra lawsuits would certainly also be submitted, stated Lin Timber who is Nicholas’s attorney.

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