Good luck, son – I mean that from the bottom of my heart

Last month’s incident involving the boys from Kentucky’s Covington Catholic High School at the Lincoln Memorial may be over — but the legal battle has just begun.

Attorneys for Covington junior Nick Sandmann made a splash this week when they sent letters to 54 news outlets, lawmakers, celebrities, media figures and Catholic institutions asking them to preserve information related to the episode and warning of a possible lawsuit.

“There was a rush by the media to believe what it wanted to believe versus what actually happened,” attorney Todd McMurtry told The Cincinnati Enquirer.

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6 Responses to Good luck, son – I mean that from the bottom of my heart

  1. Stretch says:

    My legal-beagle friend says the rush to throw money at the boys will be epic. I believe the phrase he used was “not a leg to stand on.”

  2. The perpetrators of this assault will want to settle. They DO NOT want to get in front a jury.

    I normally hate jury duty, but I’d love to be on any of the juries empaneled for this incident.

    • ChuckN says:

      Even worse, my understanding is that even though the perpetraitors were in other states the attacks were directed a the kids then in Kentucky; meaning the jury would be locals. I expect that if anything does start to look like a jury trials the scumbags and their lawyers will argue for “a central location” (not sure of the legal term) in order to dissuade the kids’ lawyers by potentially putting a huge financial burden and time burden on them.

  3. bwayne says:


  4. Tim in AK says:

    Hey Kenny,
    have you seen this video that one of the kid’s lawyers put together?
    Its well worth 14 minutes of people’s time….

Play nice.