Nick Sandmann: The Truth in 15 Minutes

The truth regarding the sordid media-driven drama surrounding the Covington Catholic High School students and Native American activist Nathan Phillips continues to unfold.

The phony narrative surrounding Phillips is fast unraveling. Even the WaPo admitted he is not a Vietnam War veteran as put forth earlier by the media but a paid agitprop activist and actor who has been in similar confrontation episodes with students in the past.

Phillips, whose original name was Nathaniel R. Stanard, was arrested at 19 and charged with escaping from prison, assault, and several alcohol-related crimes.

Phillips, who was 19 at the time, was “charged with escaping from the Nebraska Penal Complex where he was confined May 3,” according to a May 9, 1974, article in the Lincoln Star. The court approved a bond of $500 and set a preliminary hearing for May 14.

He pleaded guilty to assault on June 19, 1974, and was fined $200. In addition, he was charged with underage possession of alcohol in 1972, 1973, and 1975, as well as negligent driving. A destruction of property charge against him was dropped in August 1973, but Phillips was sentenced to one year probation for a related charge of alcohol possession by a minor. In December 1978, he was charged with driving without a license.


1:54 am on February 9, 2019