The student and the Washington Post: Who follows the Twittermob

On 18. January 2019 state Nicholas Sandman in the vicinity of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington and was waiting for the Bus. He and his classmates from Covingt

The student and the Washington Post: Who follows the Twittermob

On 18. January 2019 state Nicholas Sandman in the vicinity of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington and was waiting for the Bus. He and his classmates from Covington Catholic High School in Park Hills, Kentucky, had taken part in the "March for Life", a Demonstration against abortion. Sandman had a red cap with the abbreviation of the Trump spell, "Make America Great Again" (Maga) on the head, as he met the older Americans of indigenous descent, Nathan Phillips. This was due to the "Indigenous People March" in Washington, confronted the student and struck a drum.

So far, So harmless, you liked to think, could not have evolved from the scene in the Nu, a national Outcry, and finally an Armageddon in the American media. A Tweet of a delinquent account that was locked a short time later, the spread of a short video sequence of the meeting and suggested that, here, a young white Americans acting racist to an elderly Indian.

The fit in all of the bias grid, and much of the media as well in the stuff that they no longer wish to consider the Information and ad-hoc stated. Particularly quickly CNN and the "Washington Post". However, as they were also other media duped because, as a second, longer Video appeared to refer to was that students from Covington had previously been of a religious splinter group calling themselves the "Black Israelites", afflicted and the drumming Phillips between the groups had gone to calm the Situation. Nicholas Sandman had simply done nothing.

The present the "Washington Post hurried" then, like others. However, because of the Entrüstungsmob was already on the way. The network was rushed. Sandman and other students received death threats, he needed police protection at his school, the school security was grounds for a few days.

The media had done to the lunacy of your post, got the receipt. Sandy's parents sued CNN to 275 million, and the "Washington Post" for 250 million dollars in damages. The dispute with the "Post" was last Friday, sandy's eight – tenth birthday – out-of-court attached to it. To what sum it is, was not public, as in the case of the proceedings against CNN, which ended in January with a comparison.

Updated Date: 26 July 2020, 14:19

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