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Multiple prominent journalists and lawmakers have been slapped with a lawsuit by lawyer Robert E. Barnes, who represents multiple Covington Catholic students.
The lawsuit was filed Aug. 14, 2019, and ten people are being sued for defamation. Among those being sued include 2020 Democratic presidential candidate and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, CNN political commentator Ana Navarro, New York Times journalist Maggie Haberman, writer Shaun King and six others, according to a court filing obtained by the Daily Caller.
The article goes on to state the following:
The others named in the lawsuit are Democratic New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland, political consultant Matthew John Dowd, comedian Kathy Griffin, ABC analyst Matthew Dowd, former CNN commentator Reza Aslan, Princeton University professor Kevin M. Kruse, editor of Mother Jones Clara Jeffery and author Jodi Jacobson.
It is not known if any of people being sued have responded to the lawsuit.
All #CovingtonBoys I represent retain anonymity as John Does (Nick Sandmann, who went public, is not my client). The reason to protect their privacy is the threats they already faced. A key precedent we seek: you should not forfeit your privacy to sue for invasion of privacy.
— Robert Barnes (@Barnes_Law) January 9, 2020
lol Reza Aslan finally deleted this tweet nearly a year later but only after the Covington Catholic boys won the lawsuit, and he was served too pic.twitter.com/PAyaCkhJ91
— Brandon Orselli (@brandonorselli) January 8, 2020
Can you confirm that you been served with a lawsuit in the Covington Catholic case?
— Debra Heine (@NiceDeb) January 9, 2020
So Ana. Seeing as how this is still up.hows that Lawsuit coming along? You know the one served to you on Behalf of the Covington Kids youve slandered! https://t.co/Tf0OP56n2L
— Tami ⭐️⭐️⭐️🇺🇸 (@LivnWLupus) January 9, 2020
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