Kentucky Attorney Todd McMurtry has been hired to represent Nick Sandmann, the Covington Catholic High School student, whose life was upended by a Twitter mob after his attending the annual March for Life last Jan. 19.
In an interview with Andrew Bolt of The Bolt Report/Australia, McMurtry reported that he was hired by Sandmann’s parents on January 20. He sees his advocacy on behalf of Sandmann as connecting his "profession" to his "principles and passion."
McMurtry says he and his legal team of seven lawyers have “viable claims” to sue media outlets, individual journalists, celebrities and Catholic organizations, i.e., those identified as defaming the 16-year-old online. These include--Add a comment