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‘Incriminate Us As A Publicity Stunt’: Read The FULL Story From One of the Covington Catholic Students

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One of the Covington Catholic high school students who witnessed the Native activist Nathan Phillips confront his classmates at the March For Life wrote to Local 12 News to tell the full story.

As this story develops, citizen journalists are learning more about the circumstances of Phillips’ confrontation of the students. We are learning more about Phillips’ activist record, including a previous media incident in which he accused students of racially harassing him. We are learning more about the interests that are pushing the story and promoting Phillips’ fundraising attempt from the incident. (READ: Phillips’ Link To Big Money Left-Wing Activism). (READ: Phillips’ Appearance In a Cop-Attack Music Video).

Here is the story from one of the Covington Catholic students themselves:

 

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