A student at Covington Catholic emailed a local television Kentucky, Cincinnati-based WKRC-TV pleading for them to tell the truth regarding whether they mocked Native American Man Alex Phillips.
HERE IS WHAT IT SAYS:
“As we are an all-male school that loves to get hyped up (hence our cheer section’s name “Colonel Crazies”), and as we have done for years prior, we decided to do some cheers to pass time. In the midst of our cheers, we were approached by a group of adults led by Nathan Phillips, with Phillips beating his drum. They forced their way into the center of our group. We initially thought this was a cultural display since he was beating along to our cheers and so we clapped to the beat. He came to stand in front of one of my classmates who stood where he was, smiling and enjoying the experience. However, after multiple minutes of Mr. Phillips beating his drum directly in the face of my friend (mere centimeters from his nose), we became confused and started wondering what was happening. It was not until later that we discovered they would incriminate us as a publicity stunt. As a result, my friend faces expulsion for simply standing still and our entire school is being disparaged for a crime we did not commit. To reiterate, we did not partake in any physical or verbal abuse, did not chant “build the wall” or mock or anything of the like, and did not seek to incite violence.”
“After that initial occurrence, we were then verbally assaulted by four or five African American gentlemen who called us “faggots” and berated one of our African American students for being friends with us. The truth needs to come out. I pray that you read this and can speak for us who are silenced by the media.
There is more above but it comes with links that I can’t type over and I am yet to find somewhere to copy and paste it from.
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