Bishop Apologizes to Covington Catholic, Admits Being ‘Bullied and Pressured’ to Condemn

The Diocese of Covington has officially apologized to the boys and parents of Covington Catholic High School after being “pressured from all sides” into giving a statement in response to a viral video which appeared to show a group of Covington Catholic students harassing a Native American man. It became obvious the Diocese’s initial statement threw these boys under the bus when more videos surfaced painting a fuller picture of the situation. The Bishop of Covington Roger Foys now admits that he was “bullied” into condemning the students and fully apologizes and takes responsibility for the “disruption” it has caused so many.

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