L. Lin Wood, Nick Sandmann’s high profile lead attorney has made it abundantly clear, it’s time to hold the media accountable.
Wood’s firm is currently suing The Washington Post and CNN on behalf of the Sandmann family in upwards of $450-mil and in planning several more suits in the coming weeks.
Some of his other targets are HBO, Bill Maher, Kathy Griffen, Associated Press and several more.
Backing up his claims that the media must be held accountable and demonstrating he’s in this to win this, Wood’s tweeted the following video with the hashtag #
#ReformOurMedia this morning.
— Lin Wood (@LLinWood) March 15, 2019
Wood’s track record is sound and he has a very strong reputation for winning his cases.
With the looks of how these suits are lining up, Wood’s has positioned himself to be the Robert Mueller of Trump supporters. With that being said, his suits have much more merit and may have a larger bearing on the 2020 election than the what many have called ” The Phony Russia Investigation.”
Here’s how: The suits against The Washington Post and CNN have already been filed and several other major suits are in the pipe. With the suits being staggered as they are, there is a significant chance that some of these suits will be on going and public during the 2020 election for America to watch.
Trump’s largest complaint and the single reason his base has grown so large is that media has lost all accountability, trust and respect, hence his now coined phrase.. “Fake News.”
L. Lin Wood is not only representing Nick Sandmann and his family, he is representing 62-million plus voters and close to 100 million supporters.
The outcome of these suits may decide the 2020 election.
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Wood, has represented the likes of Richard Jewell, the security guard falsely accused in the Centennial Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta in 1996, John and Patsy Ramsey, the parents of JonBenét Ramsey.
Wood was the plaintiff’s lead attorney for John and Patsy Ramsey and their son Burke, prosecuting defamation claims on their behalf against St. Martin’s Press, Time Inc., The Fox News Channel, American Media, Inc., Star, The Globe, Court TV and The New York Post.
John and Patsy Ramsey were also sued in two separate defamation lawsuits arising from the publication of their book, The Death of Innocence. The suit was brought by two individuals named in the book as having been investigated by Boulder police as suspects in JonBenét’s murder.
The Ramseys were defended in those lawsuits by Lin Wood and three other Atlanta attorneys, James C. Rawls, Eric P. Schroeder, and S. Derek Bauer. The lawsuits against the Ramseys were dismissed.